Explore the family-friendly area of East Memphis—gourmet restaurants, shopping, and popular sights from Pink Palace Museum to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.
Shopping, Dining and Live Music
Enjoy the collegiate vibe with a visit to University of Memphis, a top college in Memphis. Make time to visit the area's shops, or simply enjoy its top-notch restaurants.
Orpheum Theatre is a popular theater with a rich history in Memphis. Attend a sporting event or simply enjoy the top-notch restaurants while you're in the area.
With iconic landmarks, historic buildings and live music venues, Beale Street, "the Home of the Blues" is Memphis as it was at the turn of the 20th century.
National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel is a popular museum in Memphis with a story of its own. Experience the area's acclaimed theater scene and great live music.
This waterfront park on the edge of downtown Memphis offers paved walking paths, a tranquil atmosphere and stunning views.
Catch an event at AutoZone Park during your trip to Memphis. Attend a sporting event or simply enjoy the top-notch restaurants while you're in the area.
Step into the glamorous world of Elvis Presley at his Graceland mansion. Walk around these hallowed halls with a guide to answer any questions you may have about The King. After paying your respects at his memorial, visit the Sincerely Elvis Museum and check out his impressive vehicle collection.
Delve into more than 50 years of fascinating history on your guided tour of Sun Studio. Step back in time to when legends like Elvis, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded albums that made their mark on the history of music.
The Home of the Blues comes alive on this city tour aboard the nation's only music bus. All of the guides on this tour are professional Beale Street musicians who play and sing selections from the city's rich musical heritage, while entertaining you with comedy, history, and behind-the-scenes stories of your favorite Memphis personalities.
Get the complete Memphis experience on this all-inclusive 3-hour tour. It’s a part history tour, part attraction hopping, part food tour that will introduce you to everything that makes Memphis special.
Walk through gilded halls of Graceland and feel what it was like to be The King. Skip the line to wander through elaborately decorated rooms, stop at the Sincerely Elvis Museum, and see his customized jet, Lisa Marie.
Get an early morning start with pickup from your accommodation in Memphis and relax during the 1.5-hour drive across the Tennessee border into Mississippi. On arrival in Tupelo, hop off the coach to see the modest two-room house built by Elvis' father, where The King was born and raised.
Celebrate America’s origins in some of the historic cities its names come from
Feeling the rhythm of rock 'n' roll in Memphis
Experiencing the wonders of Memphis, his way and her way
You'll enjoy the coffeehouses and gardens in University District. You might want to make time for a stop at Pink Palace Museum or Galloway Golf Course.
East Midtown might not have many top sights, but Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and Memphis Zoo are two attractions nearby that you can check out.
Theaters, live music, and museums are just a few things travelers enjoy about Midtown. Check out Memphis Zoo or Minglewood Hall while you're exploring the area.
Though Vollintine-Evergreen might not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Memphis Zoo and Overton Park.
Downtown Memphis is a destination visitors seek out for is abundant dining options, interesting museums, and live music. You might want to check out attractions like Sun Studio or Fire Museum of Memphis while you're exploring the neighborhood.
Uptown is known for its ample dining options, and you can make a stop by Memphis Pyramid and Cannon Center for Performing Arts while in the area.