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Fun and history for all ages await you at Mud Island River Park: the 1/2 mile Riverwalk Model; 18 galleries of fun and historical exhibits at the Mississippi River Museum; the ride over on the monorail; kayak, canoe, paddle boat, and bicycle rentals; picnic areas and gift shops. There are also two concession areas to serve your appetite: River Center Deli and Gulf Port Grill.
Memphis' premier Japanese restaurant and sushi bar has been #1 in the Memphis Flyer reader poll for 15 years. Sekisui restauran...
Welcome to the Home of the Blues and Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll! WELCOME TO MEMPHIS. You are an important person to us, and we want to prove it. Perhaps you are planning to conduct business, maybe you are attending a convention, or you are on vacation - whatever the occasion, we are delighted to have you visit Memphis. There are thousands of native Memphians and many more "transplanted" Memphians who proudly call Memphis home because of all it has to offer. I know you are going to love it here!
The business slogan, "Distribution Capital of America" has its roots in the fact that the Mighty Mississippi River meets several major rail lines and interstate highways to, along with the Memphis International Airport – world’s busiest cargo airport, provide quick and efficient distribution capabilities, no matter what the goods or services happen to be, to anywhere in the country.
We are better known for being the "Home of the Blues". You will find Beale Street filled with clubs touting famous blues musicians and museums with extensive displays of historic facts surrounding the emergence of the blues. We proudly profess to be the "Birthplace of Rock n Roll" as Elvis Presley, The King of Rock n Roll, called Memphis his home. The famous Memphis Rock n' Soul Museum, Stax Museum and Sun Studio also tell the story of many other famous entertainers who got their start right here in Memphis.
Our city is also home to The National Civil Rights Museum which is a must see for anyone visiting Memphis. The very site where Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated has been preserved and expanded to tell the complete story of the civil rights struggles in the sixties and beyond.
This great city has many interesting sights to see, fun things to do, great places to shop, and some of the best restaurants to be found. Speaking of dining, it should be a crime for one to come and depart Memphis without having at least one meal of barbecue.
We simply have the best! Making sure that you have an enjoyable experience is our #1 priority. History proves that if you like your visit to Memphis, you will come back soon-and bring a friend. There are friendly and helpful folks all over town delighted that you are here and ready to provide information or service with a smile. THANK YOU FOR VISITING MEMPHIS!!
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