Welcome to Memphis!
For those of you who are coming from out of town…

There's more to our city than just great music!
Memphis is a great place to visit and always has so much going on! A lot of you are from out of town, so click here to find something fun to do and here to find something delicious to eat! Memphis is famous for BBQ, so don't forget to check out at least one of these restaurants.

There is a free shuttle bus to and from Graceland, Sun Studios, and the Rock N' Soul Museum (downtown) every hour. For more information on this free shuttle service, please contact Sun Studio at 1-800-441-6249 or visit the Sun Studio website.

There is also a trolley that runs downtown to the riverfront. It stops by all the hotels and the rehearsal dinner site. It is quite inexpensive. Click here for rates and time schedules.

Beale Street
One of America's most famous streets, it is where W.C. Handy penned the first blues song. Beale is full of restaurants, nightclubs, parks, museums, and shopping. Don't miss A Schwab's Dry Goods Store. Schwab's fills three floors with voodoo powders, handcuffs, clerical collars, saucepans and the largest collection of hats in town.

Sun Studio
Sun Studio is a recording studio where artists like Howlin' Wolf, Junior Parker, Little Milton, B.B. King, James Cotton, Rufus Thomas, Rosco Gordon, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Charlie Feathers, Ray Harris, Warren Smith, Charlie Rich, and Jerry Lee Lewis, recorded.

No trip to Memphis is complete without a visit to Graceland. Graceland was home to Elvis Presley in Memphis, Tennessee. It currently serves as a museum.

Stax Museum
The Stax Museum is a museum where artists such as Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Sam & Dave and many others recorded throughout the 60's and 70's. It is the only museum in the United States to be devoted entirely to soul music.

Rock 'N Soul Museum
The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum is a music museum that tells the critical story of the musical pioneers who overcame racial and socio-economic obstacles to create the music that changed the cultural complexion of the world.

Lorraine Motel - National Civil Rights Museum
The historic building, the Lorraine Motel, is where Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Here you will find a museum which traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement.

Other Attractions
Shelby Farms
Cotton Museum
Chucalissa Indian Village
Memphis Metal Museum
Memphis Zoo
Gibson Guitar Factory
Brooks Museum
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Children's Museum of Memphis
Pink Palace
Victorian Village
Mud Island River Park
Children's Museum of Memphis
South Main Arts District

Downtown Nightlife
Paula & Raiford's Disco
B.B. King's Blues Club and Restaurant
Silky O'Sullivan's
Earnestine & Hazel's Bar and Grill

Nightlife near WaterWorks
Young Avenue Deli
Celtic Crossing Irish Pub & Restaurant
Alchemy Memphis
Beauty Shop Restaurant and Lounge