Only in Memphis
Living in the South Main Historic District of downtown Memphis will allow you to enjoy the unique fun Memphis has to offer. Check out some of the attractions you can only find in Memphis.
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What: Home of the Redbirds (our minor league baseball team). Weekend night games often include a fireworks show.
Where: 175 Toyota Plaza #300
What: A performing arts center that hosts concerts, theatrical productions, ballet, opera, and more.
Where: 47 Union Avenue
What: Once the Lorraine Motel, the building was preserved following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. so that the history of the Civil Rights Movement will never be lost.
Where: 450 Mulberry Street
What: While the King of Rock and Roll might be gone, you can still see his cars, planes, and the famous Jungle Room by touring the home he loved, Graceland.
Where: 3734 Elvis Preseley Blvd
What: Not only is the Forum the place to go for big concerts, it's the home of the Memphis Grizzlies NBA team.
Where: 191 Beale Street
What: A tour of the Gibson Showcase that walks you through the guitar manufacturing process and tells the history of one of the greatest guitar franchises ever.
Where: 145 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue
What: Since 1890, The Orpheum has brought entertainment on stage to Memphis in the form of plays, musicals, ballets, opera, and summertime classic movies.
Where: 203 S. Main Street
What: An outdoor performing arts pavilion that puts on over fifty free concerts and events per year. (Food trucks are on site.)
Where: 1928 Poplar Avenue
What: Located in the center of Overton Park, the Brooks Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the south.
Where: 1934 Poplar Avenue
What: Home to over 3,500 animals, the Memphis Zoo features over 25 exhibits.
Where: 2000 Prentiss Place
What: A music venue that features local and national bands.
Where: 1555 Madison Avenue
What: An all ages music venue that features bands, raves, and other themed concerts. (Make sure to take cash, credit cards are not accepted.)
Where: 330 Beale Street
What: A park on the Mississippi River that features a riverwalk, a monorail, pedal boats, and lots of other fun activities.
Where: 101 North Mud Island Road
What: A museum that pays tribute to all of the musicians that recorded in the studio, including Aretha Franklin, James Brown, The Jackson Five, and many others.
Where: 926 E Mclemore Avenue
What: The recording studio that produced Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash, the Sun Studio is now open for tours and gives visitors a chance to stand in the sound booth of the greats.
Where: 706 Union Avenue