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#1 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
... the auto museum if you're a car lover (make sure to buy the ticket that includes that), very professional iPad tour allows for a self-paced visit, decent on-site food options, lots of great gifts to buy on-site.
There are separate exhibits or whole buildings to view Elvis's military service and read letters, etc; check out his gorgeous collection of cars and motorized toys and watch home movies and hear family memories; s...
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#2 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where MLK was assassinated, is both an excellent historic site (the room he died in has been faithfully preserved) but also an exceptionally rich and educati...
A terrific museum, constructed in the Lorraine Hotel and the opposite buildings, historical sites for the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
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#3 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
From a small soda fountain / memorabilia shop you are lead up steep stairs to view artifacts from Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Studio that courted individuals like B.B. King, Ike Turner, Howlin' Wolfe, Jerry Le...
Our guide was fantastic, very knowledgeable and passionate about the site, the artists and of course the great man Sam phillips.
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#4 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
The museum sits on the site of the former Stax Records, founded by Jim Stewart and Estelle Axton in 1957, and launched the careers of such greats as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Booker T. & the MG's and Isaac Hay...
Impressed by the couple who started it and the amazing relationships of the musicians of all backgrounds especially in view of the times.
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#5 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Awesome views, great food, and lots of fun for everyone!
Great site lines, comfortable seats and fun food at a very reasonable price.
#6 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Many cities and towns were faced with a choice, build a new modern Performing Arts Center with all the features professional productions expect today and tear down the old relics , or view the classic old venues a...
My four daughters and I recently stayed in downtown Memphis to experience all of the sights, sounds, food of the area AND to attend 'Pippin' here at the Orpheum!
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#7 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Visited the memorial for the Sultana steamboat accident and the Confederate burial site.
We visited to look up grave sites of Aunt’s family from late 1800’s.
#8 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
The tour of this town Underground Railroad site begins with a powerful and moving history of slavery in the US and Memphis in particular.
Gave an interesting view of one of the stops on the Underground Railroad, in the house of an abolishonist who helped ferry slaves to freedom.
#9 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
When you enter the grotto, go straight toward the nativity scene and circle the area clock=wise so as to view the scenes of Christ's life from birth to resurrection.
Paid our respects and drove around enjoying the rest of this beautiful cemetary with gorgeous views and scenario and interesting design.
#10 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
It has comfortable seats and all seats had a great view because of the massive screens.
Very Important Landmark View Experience
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#11 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
We watched from the balcony which is the best way to have an unobstructed view..after take the elevator to their roof top 'palace' foir a superb view of the city the Mississippi River and Arkansas across the river...
A wonderful show!! Make sure you take the elevator up to the Penthouse Duck Palace to see some great views
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#12 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Many different sites and reviews had different times.
#13 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Visited this very busy place, full of great cafe's and great music....walked to the Mississippi river, was awesome...also visited Bass Pro Shops and Pyramid restaurant was fantastic with amazing views over the river.
It's a great place to stroll the street, take in all of the sights and then stroll on into a bar and listen to some great music ranging from jazz, country and rock-n-roll.
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#14 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Situated at the end of Beale Street Memphis, you have wonderful views of the Mississippi River and its huge expansive wide banks.
I wish all of Memphis look like Riverside Drive great beautiful homes looking at over the Mississippi River what an amazing view
#15 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Statue of Elvis Memphis Free Photo Op on Beale Street 555416863 Stop by to view the larger-than-life Statue of Elvis Presley as a young entertainer.
Make it part of the Beale Street experience see all the local sights and shops a must for all Elvis fans
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#16 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
a lot of stairs....the house is 3 stories...more if you venture to the highest floor for the view and the basement.
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#17 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
walk or ride across the longest pedestrian bridge crossing the Mississippi the best and most beautiful views Memphis and the Mississippi!
Nice walk across the mighty Mississippi River, and the view of the city skyline is perfect.
#18 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Fascinating View of Cotton
This museum is one of the best historic sites in Memphis.
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#19 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
I take the extra trip downtown to soak in the sights in midtown
#20 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
We walked from the Bass Pro shop in the pyramid to Beal Street on this path, you get a good view of the river and see the way the city embraces the waterfront improvements.
The views are spectacular of the Mississippi River (so wide) and time out from my tour made it all the more worthwhile.
#22 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Relaxing Park with great view of River
Good views over the Mississippi River.
#23 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
It is such a beautiful church and historic site.
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#26 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
Ample parking abounds from on site parking, to Adjacent Christian Brothers Campus and other surrounding paid lots as well as numerous streets with free parking.
Also, keep in mind you want to be on the West side seats because you want to have a good view of the big screen.
#28 of 44 Sights & Landmarks in Memphis
In addition to its founder Charles Mason, it is best known as the site where Dr. King delivered his famous last speech, "I've Been to the Mountaintop."
Must see for those who are visiting Martin Luther King Jr sites
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