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Graceland Mansion offers a unique glimpse into the personal life of Elvis Presley. Located on Elvis's 14-acre estate, the mansion features exhibits of authentic clothing, artifacts, personal mementos, an amazing display of Elvis's gold and platinum awards and much more. The mansion tour includes Elvis's living room, TV room, pool room, the famous "jungle" room, trophy building and lots more.
3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, Tennessee 38116
What can you do that's fun, entertaining and educational? The Pink Palace is a cultural and natural history museum. Enjoy larger-than-life adventures in the CTI 3D Giant Theater and explore the universe in the Autozone Sharpe Planetarium. Discover lively learning for all with the Pink Palace Family of Museums. Consistently, one of the top 5 attractions in Memphis.
3050 Central Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
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: the River Center Deli and the Gulf Port Grill.
125 North Front Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
The National Civil Rights Museum is the site of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. The museum averages over 200,000 visitors annually. Collections, exhibits,and educational programs showing key episodes of the American civil rights movement are featured in the Museum. Be sure to check out the museum gift store located on South Main.
450 Mulberry St
The West TN Delta Heritage Center a refreshing Southern experience celebrating the music, cotton, and beauty of the Tennessee Delta, located conveniently between Memphis and Nashville. It features the home of Blue pioneer "Sleepy" John Estes and Flagg Grove School, the childhood school of Tina Turner. Explore the Hatchie Scenic River, which includes three fresh water aquariums and 8,000 square feet of exhibit space.
121 Sunny Hill Cove
I-40 at Exit 56
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012
Slave Haven, also known as The Burkle Estate, was a part of the Underground Railroad that helped runaway slaves escape as they sought freedom from slavery. The museum is staffed with knowledgeable individuals who can relate the story of the Underground Railroad and provide documents and artifacts handed down over the years. Climb down into the cellar and see the trap door that was used.
826 N. 2nd St.
Memphis, Tennessee 38107
Sam's Town Casino offers all of the popular gaming including slots, roulette wheel, and card games. We offer Top Name Entertainment, and first class hotel accommodations for your comfort and extended stay. Be sure to receive your Sam's Town Gaming Card, which awards you points for enjoying your stay and activities at Sam's Town.
1477 Casino Strip Resorts Blvd.
Tunica, Mississippi 38676
Sam's Town Casino offers all of the popular gaming including slots, roulette wheel, and card games. We offer Top Name Entertainment, and first class hotel accommodations for your comfort and extended stay. Be sure to receive your Sam's Town Gaming Card which awards you points for enjoying your stay and activities at Sam's Town.
1477 CASINO STRIP BLVD
Tunica, Mississippi 38664
West TN "Day Trippin'" is worth the drive to find quaint special places off the beaten path. MAAG provides support to these towns that they may continue to survive and thrive in the beautiful rural areas of West TN. Take a day trip up Hwy. 51 and take in the towns of Millington, Covington, or Ripley. See the old town squares that still provides the center of the town. Breeze out Hwy. 57 through Collierville (outstanding town sq.) and on to La Grange where National Birddog Champs are crowned.
8289 Cordova Rd.
Memphis, Tennessee 38016
Catie Sellers has spent nearly a decade documenting through sketches her experiences living in different countries, states and cities. using ubiquitous materials such as brick, wire and asphalt transforming transforming imagery of architecture and urban infrastructure to make jewelry. The unusual end product will both surprise you and impress both the casual observer and the professionals in the trade. Catie Sellers will have her work on display from January 29 to April 16, 2017.
374 Metal Museum Dr.
Memphis, Tennessee 38106