Known for its famous attractions, history music making in rock n’ roll, blues and soul Memphis Tennessee (aka The River City) has a lot to offer those travelers seeking historical sites, food and culture.
Check out the many FREE places you can go on your next trip to Memphis!
University of Memphis Art Museum Free admission Mon-Sat 9am-5pm.
Beale Street Historic District One of America's most famous streets, it is where W.C. Handy penned the first Blues song. Contains restaurants, nightclubs, parks, museums and shopping.
Beale Street Walk of Fame Between 2nd and 3rd, musical notes embedded in the concrete mark the Walk of Fame, where some of Memphis' finest musicians are honored.
Graceland Gates Have your picture made at the gates of Graceland - home of Elvis Presley.
Jack Daniel's Distillery Nation's oldest registered distillery. Observe every step of the sour mash whiskey-making art.
Memphis Botanic Garden Free admission on Wednesday from 12 noon until close.
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art Free admission on Wednesdays from 10am-4pm.
Memphis Pink Palace Museum exhibits are free on Tues from 1pm-4pm.
Memphis Paranormal Investigations Offering FREE local Ghost Hunts most of the year. Space is limited, so apply for a spot on the team in advance. Must be 21 years or older as this is a REAL ghost hunt! All equipment will be provided for the night as you visit the final resting places of the dead. RESPECT is in order and only the BRAVE apply.
National Civil Rights Museum Free admission Mondays from 3pm-5pm.
Southland Park Gaming & Racing Free general admission to live and simulcast greyhound and thoroughbred racing 7 days a week, year round.
Statue Tour From W.C. Handy at Handy Park and Elvis Presley on Beale Street to B.B. King in the Riverside Drive Visitor Center, statues help tell the story of Memphis' rich history.