Bass Pro Shop Pyramid Inside the expansive 535,000-square-foot pyramid are many experiences and features that offer something for everyone, including over 600,000 gallons of water features, a cypress swamp, aquariums, a restaurant and bowling alley, and observation deck atop the 32-story pyramid.
Beale Street Three blocks of restaurants, nightclubs and shops in the heart of downtown Memphis, the Beale Street Entertainment District is a melting pot of delta blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, R&B and gospel.
Peabody Hotel The hotel is known for the "Peabody Ducks" that live on the hotel rooftop and make daily treks to the lobby.
Graceland Explore the personal side of Elvis Presley on a tour of Graceland Mansion.
The National Civil Rights Museum Located at the former Lorraine Motel, where civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968, the museum offers visitors a chance to walk through history and learn more about a tumultuous and inspiring period of change.
Sun Studio Sun Studio is a famous recording studio in Memphis where Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and more all recorded. You can tour of this historic music attraction.
Stax Museum of American Soul Music
The Rendezvous Restaurant
Tamp and Tap
More To See In Memphis
FedEx Forum Home of the NBA team the Memphis Grizzlies
Mud Island See the 5 block long riverwalk model and tour the Mississippi River Museum
Memphis Rock n’ Soul Museum
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There are a variety of transportation options for getting around the city. Ride vintage trolleys along the Main Street Trolley Line, or ride on the Memphis Hop or Ride the Roo shuttles, which make stops at landmarks and attractions.