Memphis Transportation

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  • 1. Trolley

    We drove in toward the Visitor's Center (where you can park for free) because one of the things I wanted to do was ride the trolleys, and the lady at the visitor's center had told me that we could...

  • 2. Mud Island Monorail

    Saturday July 6th, Noelle Lori-Elizabeth Teel, Tony and I visited Mud Island River Park in Memphis Tn. For only $10 each, you take the tram across the Mississippi River to the middle of the river to...

  • 3. By Road

    I called 250 PEABODY PLACE GARAGE (EAST END OF PEABODY PLACE MALL) 901-545-0351. It's actually Republic Parking. The parking fee is $12.00 per day and the facility is secure. There is no shuttle...

  • 4. Ride MATA

    While the Trolley part of MATA is relatively safe and fun, I would NEVER suggest that a tourist take the city bus anywhere. I made the mistake of doing that while attempting to get to Graceland, and...

  • 5. By Air

    Memphis International is one of the main US-cargo airports and the number one FedEx-hub. Obviously if you travel to Memphis you will probably not arrive in a FedEx-box. So I should add that Memphis...

  • 6. Cinderella Carriages

    Horse carriage rides are available in pretty much any city, but never before had I seen this particular type of carriage. It's called a "Cinderella carriage",...

  • 7. Central Station . 545 S. Main, at Calhoun

    This station was originally called Grand Central Station and opened in 1914. It thrived during the era of the passenger train. In fact, more than 50 times a day...

  • 8. Buses

    The buses run quite often during rush hour but during the middle of the day it is like every 15 to 30 min. Some lines run every hour. It is best to go to the...

  • 9. Amtrak

    Definitely the most comfortable way to get here. The coach is a lot more comfortable than on any bus or plane, plus you have a dining car, a cafe car and a...

  • 10. Horse-drawn Carriages in Downtown Memphis

    If you can afford a ride around town in a horse drawn carriage, then I suppose it could be fun. Personally, I think they are overpriced, but they seem to be...

  • 11. Shuttle Bus

    There is a regular (well, once every hour), inexpensive shuttle bus that connects most of the Memphis sights (Sun Studios, Graceland, The Peabody Hotel, Civil...

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