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Memphis 101 City Tour
"The journey begins on historic Beale Street pointing out where the African-American community shopped worked and played.  Then we pass the historic Beale Street Baptist church and Robert Church Park where the blues began.  Then it's off to the Hunt-Phelan mansion where high society once lived.We pass AME church where Martin Luther King Jr. led his last march go by Fed Ex Forum the home of the Memphis Grizzlies Gibson Guitar Factory and W.C. Handy Park.Then we pass the most famous hotel of the Mid-South The Peabody Hotel
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Memphis 101 City Tour
"The journey begins on historic Beale Street pointing out where the African-American community shopped worked and played.  Then we pass the historic Beale Street Baptist church and Robert Church Park where the blues began.  Then it's off to the Hunt-Phelan mansion where high society once lived.We pass AME church where Martin Luther King Jr. led his last march go by Fed Ex Forum the home of the Memphis Grizzlies Gibson Guitar Factory and W.C. Handy Park.Then we pass the most famous hotel of the Mid-South The Peabody Hotel
From $82.00
 
Memphis 101 City Tour
"The journey begins on historic Beale Street pointing out where the African-American community shopped worked and played.  Then we pass the historic Beale Street Baptist church and Robert Church Park where the blues began.  Then it's off to the Hunt-Phelan mansion where high society once lived.We pass AME church where Martin Luther King Jr. led his last march go by Fed Ex Forum the home of the Memphis Grizzlies Gibson Guitar Factory and W.C. Handy Park.Then we pass the most famous hotel of the Mid-South The Peabody Hotel
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The Majestic Grille

Having had our fill of southern food (i.e. barbecue, fried chicken, etc.), we decided to have dinner at The Majestic Grill on our last evening in Memphis. Located in an old movie theatre - a silent...
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Gus's Fried Chicken

This is another spot I came across as I was looking at restaurant reviews and figured I had to try it! Just like at Central BBQ, there was a long waiting line to get a table, but things moved along...
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Central BBQ

There are so many barbecue options to choose from in Memphis, I had to rely on reviews to make sure I picked a good one. Central BBQ was one of the most recommended spots in the city, and after having...
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Rockabilly's Burger Shop

Since the shuttle bringing us back to Downtown Memphis wasn't scheduled to leave until 1:30 pm, we decided to have lunch at Graceland Plaza. This strip mall-like area is where you buy your tickets and...
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DeJa Vu

Before leaving for Memphis, I had jotted down the names of a few restaurants I thought my sister might enjoy. Given how much she had liked the Cajun spot we went to in Washington, I was glad to find...
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Dyer's Burgers

When I saw Since 1912...I had to stop...It was like a magnet drawing me...so we stepped off the scorching 96 degree streets of Memphis and entered back in time..well not that far back...lol !!!I was...
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The Brass Door

Marx-Bensdorf was established in 1868 and is the oldest real estate firm in Memphis. For many years their main office was the classic Bensdorf building at 152 Madison. It was build in 1905. They moved...
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Waffle House

Good Food, Fast Service and Great Price!!! My type of place!!! My husband and I opted to cross the parking lot of our hotel in Memphis and go to the Waffle House for breakfast. We haven't graced their...
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Flynn's

Today, Tony, Noelle and myself went to Beale Street to enjoy the sun and the afternoon. We had stopped at the Memphis Visitors Center on the Mississippi River near Mud Island and this very helpful...
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Jarrett's

It's been over 10 years since I first ate at this restaurant. Obviously writing this tip 10 years after my first visit I can't remember exactly what we ordered. On that occasion I was down in Memphis...
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Miss Polly's Soul Food Cafe

This place is popular with the locals as it serves up the mostly deep fried menu so popular in the south. The walls are decorated with early concert posters and news articles related to past great...
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Germantown Commissary

No fewer than three people recommended this restaurant to me during our annual 1-day trek to Memphis - and it lived up to the expectations! A little, funky, "hole-in-the-wall" was just what we were...
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Earnestine & Hazel's: Home of the "Soul Burger"

It's about 1:00 AM and some kids in their mid-twenties have just dragged me into a horse-drawn carriage to travel for late-night eats. "Oh, you have to try a 'soul burger'! You have to! It's a Memphis...
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Rock-N-Roll Cafe

Located in the Graceland complex, it's a full-line restaurant. One of three eating places in the complex. Full breakfast, and full range menu. It looked great, but we were headed towards the Airplane...
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149 Union Ave, Memphis, Tennessee, 38103, United States
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100 N Front St, Memphis, Tennessee, 38103, United States
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Top Things to Do in Memphis

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Graceland

Going to Memphis and not going to Graceland is a bit like going to Paris and avoiding the Eiffel Tower. With over 600,000 visitors every year, it is one of the most visited private homes in the US. Of...
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Beale Street

William Christopher (W.C. Handy) is considered to be the "Father of the Blues" and is one of America's most influential songwriters ever. The humble, two-bedroom shotgun house in which he, his wife,...
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Mud Island

Mud Island is located in the Mississippi River, in Downtown Memphis. Mud Island River Park was created in 1982, and you can easily get there on foot via the pedestrian bridge that connects Mud Island...
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Civil Rights Museum

During the segregation era, Lorraine Motel was one of the most upscale accommodations for African-American in Memphis. In the 1960s, it was especially popular with visiting Stax Records artists such...
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Peabody Ducks

One of the places we visited on our city tour was the Peabody Hotel. Here we got out and went in. At 11:00 the ducks which are housed on the roof, come down on the elevator, and waddle down the red...
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Sun Studios

Sun Studios was HIGH on my list of things to see while I was in Memphis, and I was not disappointed. The tours leave each hour on the half hour, and can sell out, so be sure to not wait until the last...
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"Home of the Blues & Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll"
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"Graceland, Music, and BBQ!"
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