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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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SURPRISED

Surprised Memphis is always in the top for crime....As a native Atlantan, I figured it would be much worse than what I was "used to."Some parts are questionable & hubby carries a gun anywhere he goes...
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Surviving memphis

Thieves tactics.. Bumming money. they might ask for money. If you give them some don't pull out a wallet. They are scoping you to see if you have cash in it, They'll pull a weapon if it looks like a...
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One little taste of cherry pie....

That sketchy neighborhood behind Beale st. is called South Parkway, Folks!!!! And yes, if you venture to far off from Beale St. do be prepared to be scared and potentially robbed. I love Memphis and...
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Watch the rural areas!

I’m surprised (albeit pleasantly) no one has warned against some of the more rural areas of Memphis and the “R” word…Yeah, we all know it exists and therefore common sense should tell us all the...
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Crime

Watch out walking alone in Memphis. Right now it is the #1 crime city in the US. When you walk in Memphis please take a friend with you or alot of friends with you. Everyday on tv I see that someone...
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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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"My Hometown, USA, Memphis, Tennessee"
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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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"Ducks, Grizzlies and Kings"
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"Down Home Memphis Hospitality & Pride"
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