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Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

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The 10,000-piece permanent collection at Memphis Brooks Museum of Art includes art from antiquity to present. The museum also features special exhibitions that are on display for several months. Wednesdays at the Brooks are FREE! 10 AM - 8 - PM. Cafe Brooks by Paradox, located inside the museum, is open when the museum is open. The museum is located in the heart of Midtown.

1934 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, Tennessee 38104
United States

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Slave Haven Museum

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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
United States

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Pink Palace Museum

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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
United States

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National Civil Rights Museum

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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
Tennessee 38103
United States

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National Civil Rights Museum

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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. The museum has been updated and renovated over the years to improve the experience of visitors. Be sure to check out our Museum Gift Store located on South Main

450 Mulberry Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103-4214
United States

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901 521-9699
Fax: 901 527-1229

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W. C. Handy Museum

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W.C. Handy is "The Father of the Blues." The museum presents interesting historical facts and articles. The first song recorded by W.C. Handy became known as "The Memphis Blues" and was played all of the country and universe. The knowledgeable staff can give you the history and culture behind the rise of W.C. Handy as the famous Blues Man of Memphis. This is a must see!

352 Beale Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
United States

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Blues Hall of Fame

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New to the Bluff City is the Blues Hall of Fame, recognizing the musicians who made blues music what it is today. Blues music has been an integral part of the city of Memphis from the beginning. Famous artists got their start right here in Memphis, and it is only fitting that the Hall of Fame be located in the Bluff City. Come for the experience, education, and enjoyment of the Blues Hall of Fame.

421 South Main
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
United States

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Rock N Soul Museum

in Music, Museum, Historic

Tour at your own pace as your MP3 gallery guide introduces you to one-of-a-kind music artifacts, never-before-heard Smithsonian Institution interviews, and a vast venue of music for you to enjoy. In addition to great music, you'll learn about the historic social changes that led to the development of Rock 'n Roll - the music that changed Memphis, the nation and the world.

191 Beale St.
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
United States

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Fire Museum of Memphis

in Museum, Historic

The hottest place in town! We all know of the heroic efforts and deeds of gallant firefighters. In the original 1910 Fire Station #1 building, you will learn the history and see the equipment behind 150 years of proud firefighting in Memphis. More importantly, the museum teaches fire safety through interactive exhibits. You observe, you learn, you get involved: the Fire Museum.

118 Adams Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
United States

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Cotton Museum

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At the historic Cotton Museum in downtown Memphis we're re-discovering the American South and telling the dynamic story of the plant that built the Bluff City. Learn all about how the fabric of our lives influenced the cultural fabric of Memphis. Through interpretive exhibits, educational videos and walking tours, the tour trace traces the city's evolution around the cotton industry.

65 Union Ave
Memphis, Tennessee 38103
United States

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