City of Memphis AttractionsDowntown Memphis
Downtown Memphis is in the midst of an exciting urban renaissance that has transformed this vibrant city center into the residential, business and entertainment center of the Mid-South.Elvis
Welcome to Elvis Presley's official web site, home of the undisputed King of Rock 'n' Roll? and his beloved Graceland Mansion in Memphis, Tennessee!Memphis in May
Visit Memphis in May International Festival's website. It's Mid-American's party on the river.Mud Island
Mud Island is a unique exhibit of the geological profile of the Mississippi River. Water cascades down the wall of streams and empties into the larger rivers that wind their way to the Mississippi.The Memphis Queen
If you are planning a trip to Memphis or the Mid-South, your trip would not be complete without a ride on the Mighty Mississippi River.The Memphis Zoo
The Memphis Zoo preserves wildlife through education, conservation and research. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated in providing a naturalistic and enriching sanctuary for our animals and a clean, friendly, entertaining and educational experience for our guests.
Art Galleries & Museums
Children's Museum of MemphisMemphis Brooks Museum of Art
This attraction encourages the curiosity and imagination of children and their families through interactive exhibitions, programs and resources that help demystify the arts, sciences, humanities and technology.
The oldest and largest fine arts museum in the state of Tennessee, housing one of the most outstanding collections of fine art dating from antiquity to the present.Museum of Asian & Judaic Art
The Belz Museum of Asian and Judaic Art is located at 119 South Main Street in the former Goldsmith's Department Store, just one block west of the Peabody Hotel and is accessible from the Main Street Trolley line. Within walking distance of great shopping, dining and Memphis'own Beale Street, the museum is located in the heart of Downtown Memphis.