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Museum
“A complex of museums and historic buildings, its exhibits trace the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the 17th century to the present. The museum is built around the former Lorraine Motel, where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Two other buildings and their adjacent property, also connected with the King assassination, have been acquired as part of the museum complex.”
  • 96 moradores locais recomendam
Zoo
“It's one of the largest and authentic zoo's for hundreds of miles, and there are so many thing to do on that property, A TRUE MUST SEE.”
  • 67 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Whether you are an Elvis fan or not, you cannot come to Memphis and not visit Elvis' home - Graceland! Self guided tours in his mansion and also the outdoor area including his airplanes, cars and bikes. ”
  • 75 moradores locais recomendam
Churrascaria
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“Slow smoked Memphis Style. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. This locally owned barbecue chain features juicy, wet, or dry-rubbed ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, even loaded barbecue nachos piled high with pulled pork, ‘cue sauce, cheese sauce, shredded cheese, and jalapeños. Don’t miss the crispy, kettle-style homemade barbecue chips. And while you’re there, try a locally brewed beer from Memphis Made, Wiseacre, Ghost River, or High Cotton breweries.”
  • 68 moradores locais recomendam
Outras atividades na Vida Noturna
“Overton Square has almost all you could want in nightlife all in walking distance. A great variety of dining choices, classic bar food, brew pub, pizza, fine dining and more. A great movie theater, ballet, and three regional theater companies. A must-visit. ”
  • 75 moradores locais recomendam
Dog Run
“The Overton Park Conservancy’s gateway project has made the city’s crown jewel a more welcoming place. The arched sculpture that artist Tylur French of Youngblood Studio created from scrap bicycles was installed at the intersection of East Parkway and Sam Cooper Blvd in February 2014. The sculpture weighs 7,000lbs and is made up of more than 300 bicycles, each welded onto a steel frame. Yvonne Bobo’s Rhapsody was recently installed at the gateway beside golf clubhouse. Two more gateways will be installed over the next few months: Ben Butler’s Growth at the one adjacent to the East Parkway Playground. More are being installed over time.”
  • 62 moradores locais recomendam
Record Shop
“I can't make a list and not include Beale. The history is incredible. Now it's mostly neon and bars. Lots of bars, restaurants, and live music that they think tourists would like. I go maybe once or twice a year. You can have an open container on the street and I think they serve til 5 or 6 AM. It's fun to walk with a drink in your hand. LOTS of great souvenir shops.”
  • 57 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
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“Best spicy, juicy, fried chicken in the Mid-South! Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., weekends until 10 p.m.”
  • 52 moradores locais recomendam
Museu de Arte
“Plenty of pretty stuff to look at, and you’ll leave feeling extra cultured.”
  • 38 moradores locais recomendam
Sporting Goods Shop
“The massive retail space combines a giant-sized version of a Bass Pro shop with a giant cypress swamp filled with fish and alligators, a 13-lane bowling alley, a 28-story freestanding glass elevator, a 120-room hotel that resembles a swanky lodge, an observation deck at the tip of the Pyramid (visit for a fee), and all manner of boats, ATVs, and more to explore. Oh, and a gun range, an archery range, a shooting gallery, and a hotel spa. So, let's just call it Disney for outdoorsy types. Or anyone who wants to marvel at the marriage of a pyramid and a hunting lodge. Weirdly, it just works. Well worth the fee for the view on good weather days.”
  • 52 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“ Our tour guide was energetic, funny, and really gave us an appreciation of Memphis music and the roots of rock ‘n’ roll. Highly recommended! ”
  • 47 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Shelby Farms Park lies in the heart of Shelby County in Memphis, Tennessee on 4,500 acres of green space and 10.65 miles of urban trail. It's a community treasure, unrivaled in size and potential anywhere else in the United States. Shelby Farms Park has recently opened major improvements that will give the park new amenities, more adventures, healthier ecology and a lot more to love! Biking, hiking, boating, golf, and lounge”
  • 52 moradores locais recomendam
Casa de Shows
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“To hear music like a local, head to Overton Square, the Midtown entertainment district where Memphians hang out, and grab a seat at Lafayette’s Music Room. The live music menu features a mix of local and traveling performers every night of the week, ranging from Memphis soulstress Susan Marshall and blues saxophonist Brian "Breeze" Cayolle, to classic rockers Devil Train and singer/songwriter duo Pam and Terry. The two-story venue features floor and balcony seating, all with great stage views. Grab a bite from Lafayette’s full menu of Southern dishes, like barbecue pork belly and jambalaya pasta.”
  • 55 moradores locais recomendam
Hotel
“The historic Peabody Hotel’s Downtown rooftop offers sweeping views of the Mississippi River, and it’s certainly one of the best places to catch a sunset. During the summer months, the hotel hosts weekly rooftop parties on Thursday nights, with cocktails and live music. And don't forget about the daily ritual of the elevator duck ride between the rooftop to the fountain to the lobby.”
  • 48 moradores locais recomendam
Museum
“Located on the original site of the Stax Records studio in the Stax Museum pays special tribute to the artists who recorded there, as well as other American soul legends, with a rare and amazing collection of more than 2,000 artifacts, interactive exhibits, films and galleries.”
  • 30 moradores locais recomendam
Café
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“If one coffee shop fully encompasses the artsy vibe of Memphis’ Midtown district, it’s Otherlands. Full-length windows across the front of the shop allow natural light to pour into the funky, colorful space that’s 􀉤lled with sofas, tables decorated with decoupage, mismatched chairs, and at any given time, Midtowners of all ages typing away on laptops, sketching in notebooks, or engaging in deep conversation. Also it offers fresh carrot juice and homemade Italian sodas on the menu, and the food consists of veggie burgers, kosher bagels (with dairy or vegan cream cheese), tuna melts and breakfast burritos.”
  • 40 moradores locais recomendam

Os melhores restaurantes

Churrascaria
“Slow smoked Memphis Style. Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. This locally owned barbecue chain features juicy, wet, or dry-rubbed ribs, saucy pulled pork sandwiches, even loaded barbecue nachos piled high with pulled pork, ‘cue sauce, cheese sauce, shredded cheese, and jalapeños. Don’t miss the crispy, kettle-style homemade barbecue chips. And while you’re there, try a locally brewed beer from Memphis Made, Wiseacre, Ghost River, or High Cotton breweries.”
  • 68 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Best spicy, juicy, fried chicken in the Mid-South! Open daily 11 a.m. - 9 p.m., weekends until 10 p.m.”
  • 52 moradores locais recomendam
Casa de Shows
“To hear music like a local, head to Overton Square, the Midtown entertainment district where Memphians hang out, and grab a seat at Lafayette’s Music Room. The live music menu features a mix of local and traveling performers every night of the week, ranging from Memphis soulstress Susan Marshall and blues saxophonist Brian "Breeze" Cayolle, to classic rockers Devil Train and singer/songwriter duo Pam and Terry. The two-story venue features floor and balcony seating, all with great stage views. Grab a bite from Lafayette’s full menu of Southern dishes, like barbecue pork belly and jambalaya pasta.”
  • 55 moradores locais recomendam
Café
“If one coffee shop fully encompasses the artsy vibe of Memphis’ Midtown district, it’s Otherlands. Full-length windows across the front of the shop allow natural light to pour into the funky, colorful space that’s 􀉤lled with sofas, tables decorated with decoupage, mismatched chairs, and at any given time, Midtowners of all ages typing away on laptops, sketching in notebooks, or engaging in deep conversation. Also it offers fresh carrot juice and homemade Italian sodas on the menu, and the food consists of veggie burgers, kosher bagels (with dairy or vegan cream cheese), tuna melts and breakfast burritos.”
  • 40 moradores locais recomendam
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“Stepping into The Arcade Restaurant feels like stepping back into Memphis’ glory days when Elvis reigned supreme. This 1950s-style diner actually dates back to 1919, making it Memphis’ oldest continuously operating restaurant. The space was redesigned in the ’50s by owner Speros Zepatos’ son Harry, and it hasn’t changed much since. Diners feast on greasy breakfasts and meat-and-three plates atop boomerang-style tables. Elvis was a fan of the Arcade, and his favorite booth is marked with a plaque. The restaurant is often used as a film location and has made appearance in Mystery Train, Great Balls of Fire!, The Client, The Firm, 21 Grams, Elizabethtown, Walk the Line, and My Blueberry Nights.”
  • 37 moradores locais recomendam
Churrascaria
“A local favorite! This is the place to be if you are in Memphis and would like to try barbecue. The restaurant specialized in "dry rub" style ribs. ”
  • 34 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“Brunch, Lunch or Dinner. Has a mid century vibe. Pricing is Moderate to inexpensive depending on your budget. 2 people could spend $50 bucks without drinks and be full. 5 min from the bungalow. ”
  • 47 moradores locais recomendam
Barzinho
“I could tell you stories about this place, but they would be best told over a drink while you're at the space. This old dive bar was once home to a brothel, and the rooms upstairs are still intact, with peeling paint and various pieces of old mismatched furniture. A couple of hair-stylist sisters -- Earnestine and Hazel -- eventually turned the 1930's pharmacy into a cafe, Russell George purchased the building in 1992 and re-opened it as a dive bar, leaving the building mostly untouched. These days, Earnestine & Hazel’s offers a glimpse into Memphis’ past, along with greasy “Soul Burgers,” pool, beers, and a famous haunted jukebox that’s known to play songs all hours of the night.”
  • 48 moradores locais recomendam

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