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City of Memphis Tour
"Explore Memphis with us!   We will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back off after the tour is over.   You will see the following places during your 2.5 hour excursion on our shuttle bus.  We will do a drive by of Downtown Memphis and the ""Might Stroll down Beale Street hear some Blues see Cotton Row Victorian Village these are homes built in the early 1800's check out the TWO KINGS BB King and Elvis Presley at the I-40 Welcome Center Lorraine Hotel (the site of Dr. King assassination)
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City of Memphis Tour
"Explore Memphis with us!   We will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back off after the tour is over.   You will see the following places during your 2.5 hour excursion on our shuttle bus.  We will do a drive by of Downtown Memphis and the ""Might Stroll down Beale Street hear some Blues see Cotton Row Victorian Village these are homes built in the early 1800's check out the TWO KINGS BB King and Elvis Presley at the I-40 Welcome Center Lorraine Hotel (the site of Dr. King assassination)
From $24.00
 
City of Memphis Tour
"Explore Memphis with us!   We will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back off after the tour is over.   You will see the following places during your 2.5 hour excursion on our shuttle bus.  We will do a drive by of Downtown Memphis and the ""Might Stroll down Beale Street hear some Blues see Cotton Row Victorian Village these are homes built in the early 1800's check out the TWO KINGS BB King and Elvis Presley at the I-40 Welcome Center Lorraine Hotel (the site of Dr. King assassination)
From $24.00

Trolley Tips (15)

Tired of Walking in Memphis? Take a Trolley!

Antique trolleys service the downtown area, including the Pyramid, Beale Street, the National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis Cook Convention Center, Memphis Queen riverboats, the Tennessee Visitor's...
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Elena_007
Mar 28, 2005

Vintage Street Cars

The Memphis Area Transit Authority operates three downtown lines of vintage street cars or trolleys. They are a great way to get around to many of the sights in and around the downtown area and also...
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Hopkid
Apr 04, 2011

Ideal Transport to Connect you to Downtown Sights

I love trollies!If you plan on seeing several sights in Downtown Memphis or you are centralizing yourself there, you cannot go wrong with using the MATA Trolley or Bus Service. I drove to the North...
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aphrodyte
Apr 04, 2011

Main Street Trolley

The Main Street Trolley is a unique, inexspensive, and fun way to get around downtown Memphis. The cars themselves are refurbished 1920's street cars, including some reproductions. The line runs in an...
peach93
Apr 05, 2004

Madison Street Trolley

There are two trolley lines in Memphis. One is a circle which goes along Riverfront and around to Main. In the middle of Main, you can transfer to the Madison Street Trolley.We got off at Madison....
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grandmaR
Apr 04, 2011

Trolley

The trollies hadn't been around for a while, but since downtown Memphis has been getting a bit of a face lift over the past few years they decided to bring them back. I have yet to ride on one, but...
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myrtle
May 23, 2004

Getting around with antique trolleys

Antique trolleys serve downtown from North Main Street's Pinch District to South Main Street's Orpheum Theatre to within one block of the National Civil Rights Museum. Call for hours. All day passes...
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Maria250
Aug 09, 2011

Memphis Trolley

The current system of restored trolley cars, many of which came from Portugal, was completed in 1993. This 2.5 mile, mostly dual track system follows the path of its mule-drawn 19th century trolley...
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atufft
Jul 26, 2011

Main Street Trolley Service

It's a trolley. Early form of a Subway or Metro. Runs on the street stopping at set locations to pickup and drop-off passengers. It does has limited reach. It runs from South Memphis (Central Station)...
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Toughluck
Apr 04, 2011

trolley

These run quite often, go near most attractions in Memphisnot airconditioned and opened windows bring in bugs.If you are disabled or elderly you will have to call MATA and let them know 2 weeks before...
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iam1wthee
Sep 10, 2012

Trolley Loop

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...
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grandmaR
Nov 25, 2015

Memphis Trolleys

These are really old, but you can tell they're maintained very regularly. They look completely new on the inside, freshly polished and all. More or less everywhere they go is within walking...
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Fewf
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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"My Hometown, USA, Memphis, Tennessee"
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"Home of the Blues & Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll"
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Hopkid

"Graceland, Music, and BBQ!"
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"Ducks, Grizzlies and Kings"
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"Down Home Memphis Hospitality & Pride"
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Things to Do Near Memphis

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Riverboats

There is a very steep hill to get to these. It really is not handicap accessible although some people who are handicap make it down there. In the fall on Sat is the only time when they have a dinner...
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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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Peabody Hotel

The Peabody Hotel is a historic luxury hotel in Downtown Memphis. It was built in 1925, and for 40 years, it remained the place to be for wealthy locals and visitors. It went brankrupt in 1965 and was...
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Pyramid

The Memphis Pyramid is one of the third largest pyramids in the world, and is taller that the statue of Liberty or Taj Mahal. The base covers 360,000 sq. ft. and is larger than six American football...
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Peabody Place

This indoor miniature golf course can be found on the second level inside Peabody Place in downtown Memphis. I just went for the first time the other day with some friends. It's all lit up by...
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Rock N Soul Museum

Whether you are talking about blues, rock or soul music, they all have their roots in Memphis one way or another. For this reason, there are numerous museums dedicated to music in Memphis - so many in...
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