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Experience Your Best Memphis Vacation

If you are a foodie, music lover or Elvis devotee, Memphis is the place for you. The city has a vibrant nightlife sprouting from its deep roots in rhythm and blues, as well as a culinary scene that offers the best of soul food, traditional southern cuisine and award-winning barbeque. For many, though, Memphis is simply where they can visit Graceland, the place that Elvis called home.

The city also played a role in the early civil rights movement, cementing its place in black history. The area's museums and landmarks, such as the National Civil Rights Museum, reflect that era. If you want to visit Memphis, start by using Orbitz.com to find some of the lowest fares on flights and deals on hotels and rental cars.

  • Best Time to Go

    When planning vacations to Memphis, spring and autumn are excellent seasons to look for flights when the weather is pleasant for outdoor activities. Winter is comfortable in Memphis without an overabundance of snow. This makes it a convenient time to plan for Memphis travel for cheaper accommodations. You also get to enjoy Beale Street’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration as part of your Memphis travel at this time of year.

  • Best Time to Go

    When planning vacations to Memphis, spring and autumn are excellent seasons to look for flights when the weather is pleasant for outdoor activities. Winter is comfortable in Memphis without an overabundance of snow. This makes it a convenient time to plan for Memphis travel for cheaper accommodations. You also get to enjoy Beale Street’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration as part of your Memphis travel at this time of year.

  • October through November is prime time for budget travelers from abroad to visit the city. The summer crowds have disappeared, the soaring summer temperatures have cooled down and hotels, restaurants and attractions offer a sudden burst of discounted deals. The days may still be warm, and the nights are cool, so be sure to pack a variety of clothing that you can layer to accommodate whatever nature throws at you. April and May also offer some of the city's best weather, with temperatures ranging from the low 70s to the low 80s, as well as some of the area's most popular festivals and tours. Whether you decide to travel to Memphis during peak travel times or the off-season, Orbitz.com will help you find the lowest possible prices.

  • Wolfman Harbor

    Enjoy kayaking in Wolf Man Harbor, one of the Mississippi River’s tributary, and see Memphis from the water.

  • Greenline Trail

    Enjoy an afternoon bike ride on the seven-mile Greenline Trail, which links Shelby Farms to Midtown.

  • Memphis Farmers Market

    Browse the local produce from the Memphis Farmers Market downtown where you can taste everything from fresh fruit to home-baked goods.

  • Handy Park

    Enjoy the sounds of local musicians at Handy Park with open-air jazz, blues, and R&B concerts under the stars until the early hours of morning.

  • Jerry's Snow Cones

    Stop for a tasty treat or lunch at Jerry’s Snow Cones, where you can sit and chat with the locals.

  • Wolfman Harbor

    Enjoy kayaking in Wolf Man Harbor, one of the Mississippi River’s tributary, and see Memphis from the water.

  • Greenline Trail

    Enjoy an afternoon bike ride on the seven-mile Greenline Trail, which links Shelby Farms to Midtown.

  • Memphis Farmers Market

    Browse the local produce from the Memphis Farmers Market downtown where you can taste everything from fresh fruit to home-baked goods.

  • Handy Park

    Enjoy the sounds of local musicians at Handy Park with open-air jazz, blues, and R&B concerts under the stars until the early hours of morning.

  • Jerry's Snow Cones

    Stop for a tasty treat or lunch at Jerry’s Snow Cones, where you can sit and chat with the locals.

  • Elmwood Cemetery

    Visit one of the first rural garden cemeteries in the South, as well as the final resting place for many historic Memphis figures.

    Malco Summer Drive-In

    Live like a local and bring back childhood memories with an evening at this iconic drive-in movie theater.

    Caritas Village

    Often overlooked by visitors and locals alike, Caritas Village offers a place for people from all walks of life to come together and share a meal from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. It is an experience you won't soon forget.

    The Memphis Zoo

    If you're traveling with kids, be sure to visit the Memphis Zoo on Tuesdays between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., when admission is free.

    Playhouse on the Square and the Circuit Playhouse

    To see some of the best productions in the city on a budget, call these theaters in advance. Each one offers at least one night for each production where guests name their own ticket price.

  • Sometimes Memphis music and Memphis food coincide in a few annual events that bring a massive influx of visitors, locals and international media groups.

    For one month a year, downtown's Tom Lee Park is transformed from a tranquil, riverfront greenway into a sea of music, pork and people for the annual Memphis in May festival. This month-long celebration draws tens of thousands of visitors every spring, and features the world-famous Beale Street Music Festival, World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and several International Events honoring a selected foreign nation (Spain, 2007). Sponsored by Downtown's Center for Southern Folklore, the annual Labor Day Memphis Music and Heritage Festival showcases live music, spoken word and dance on multiple indoor and outdoor stages. The multi-day festival features a parade, as well as tons of Southern cooking, children's activities, works by Southern artists and craftspeople and much more.

Memphis Vacation Packages

Hotel only $59

1 Gold Strike Casino Resort

3 stars
4.1 / 5 222 reviews

1010 Casino Center Drive Map

Lucky strike for gamers in Robinsonville Gold Strike Casino Resort, just south of Memphis, is a celebration of the senses. Guests enjoy everything from the excitement of live gaming to luxurious spa accommodations to outstanding dining options. Amenities ensure the... More

Hotel only $39

2 Sam's Town Hotel Tunica

4 stars
3.7 / 5 54 reviews

1477 Casino Strip Resorts Blvd. Map

Gamers find action aplenty at this casino hotel This well-maintained casino hotel, south of downtown Memphis, gives visitors a sense of Wild West gaming combined with New World comfort and convenience. Gamers play to their heart's delight, knowing their rooms aren't... More

Hotel only $39

3 Hollywood Casino Resorts

3 stars
3.9 / 5 46 reviews

1150 Casino Strip Blvd Map

494 rooms hotel. 3 resturant on property plus room service available. 3 bars. Indoor pool and workout area. 24 hour gaming and live poker. Meeting spaces available. 24 front desk service house keeping. More

Hotel only $51

4 Vista Inn Memphis Downtown

3 stars
2.8 / 5 46 reviews

265 Union St Map

The Vista Inn Hotel - Downtown Memphis is located in the heart of Downtown which has been newly renovated and is just around corner from the famous Beale St. We also have a back gate that goes directly to Beale St for our guests convenience. The Vista Inn is located near... More

Hotel only $89

5 Hilton Memphis

4 stars
4.0 / 5 76 reviews

939 Ridge Lake Boulevard Map

Welcome to the Hilton Memphis hotel located in the heart of the East Memphis business district and a short drive from Memphis’s most popular attractions. Discover Beale Street, considered one of America’s most famous musical streets. Experience Graceland, The Memphis... More

Hotel only $103

6 Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 25 reviews

250 North Main Street Map

Save 10% on your stay

Lap of luxury in Memphis' largest hotelThis stunning, 600-room hotel -- the largest in Memphis -- offers guests every amenity, plus unparalleled views of the city's skyline and unsurpassed access to the major attractions found in the "Birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll."... More

Hotel only $42

7 Horseshoe Tunica

4 stars
4.0 / 5 57 reviews

1021 Casino Center Drive Map

30% OFF!

Located just 20 miles South of Downtown Memphis, the Horseshoe is Tunicas hottest casino with the award-winning Binions Steakhouse featuring an exclusive Wine Cellar and the Bluesville, which consistently hosts todays biggest and brightest stars of Rock, Blues and Country... More

Hotel only $108

8 Holiday Inn MEMPHIS-DOWNTOWN (BEALE ST.)

3 stars
3.5 / 5 75 reviews

160 Union Avenue Map

Where the beat begins in “Blues City” Newly renovated Holiday Inn Select Downtown, ideal for both business meetings or a relaxing weekend retreat, provides guests unlimited access to west Memphis, with major attractions such as the Cook Convention Center, the Pyramid,... More

Hotel only $190

9 The Westin Memphis Beale Street

4 stars
4.0 / 5 109 reviews

170 Lt. George W. Lee Avenue Map

Save 25% on your stay

A four-star escape in the home of the blues Guests can't much closer to the hottest action in "Blues City" than the Westin Memphis Beale Street, a spectacular AAA Four Diamond-rated hotel offering an alluring blend of contemporary styling and Southern comfort. The... More

Hotel only $42

10 Tunica RoadHouse

4 stars
3.8 / 5 72 reviews

1107 Casino Center Drive Map

30% OFF!

The Tunica Roadhouse hotel offers accommodations that rival world-class resorts. Our all-suite hotel features 134 spacious rooms, all handsomely decorated and designed with you in mind. Every room contains a plush king-size bed with pillow-top mattress and a Jacuzzi tub... More

  • Cooper-Young

    Cooper-Young is a set of cross streets where you can hear a variety of local music and see what Memphis is truly all about.

  • Orpheum Theater

    The Orpheum Theater, located on Main Street, has featured many Broadway shows and had celebrities grace its stage.

  • Levitt Shell

    Levitt Shell, a beautiful park in Midtown Memphis, is the site of Elvis Presley’s first show and continues to provide entertainment for the city.

  • American Queen

    Cruise along the Mississippi River on the American Queen steamboat provide guests a special overnight experience along the river.

  • The Pink Palace Museum

    The Pink Palace Museum, one of the biggest science and historical museums in the mid-south, is worth visiting on Memphis vacations.

  • Memphis Zoo

    Memphis Zoo, located in midtown Memphis, has one of the only Giant Panda exhibits in the country and one of the only zoos to have a live rhinoceros birth.

  • National Civil Rights Museum

    National Civil Rights Museum, located where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, provides a stirring history of the fight for Civil Rights.

  • Victorian Village

    Victorian Village features a series of old Victorian homes, many of which are open to the public.

  • Graceland

    Graceland, the best-known attraction in Memphis, was the home of Elvis Presley and now contains a brilliant display of his history and memorabilia.

  • Memphis Walk of Fame

    Memphis Walk of Fame, located in the Beale Street district, is similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame but focused on Memphis musicians.

  • Introduction

    Memphis is a city known for its music and you will find plenty of attractions and events designed around its musicians. However, you can find plenty of other activities in the city to entertain you, as well. Enjoy the dazzling scene of downtown at night on the antique trolleys as you stop for the famous Memphis barbeque at one of their many restaurants. Visitors can spend an entire afternoon of their Memphis vacations at the museums learning about the history and culture of the area. Enjoy a day out in nature hiking on the trails or biking through the parks.

  • Cooper-Young

    Cooper-Young is a set of cross streets where you can hear a variety of local music and see what Memphis is truly all about.

  • Orpheum Theater

    The Orpheum Theater, located on Main Street, has featured many Broadway shows and had celebrities grace its stage.

  • Levitt Shell

    Levitt Shell, a beautiful park in Midtown Memphis, is the site of Elvis Presley’s first show and continues to provide entertainment for the city.

  • American Queen

    Cruise along the Mississippi River on the American Queen steamboat provide guests a special overnight experience along the river.

  • The Pink Palace Museum

    The Pink Palace Museum, one of the biggest science and historical museums in the mid-south, is worth visiting on Memphis vacations.

  • Memphis Zoo

    Memphis Zoo, located in midtown Memphis, has one of the only Giant Panda exhibits in the country and one of the only zoos to have a live rhinoceros birth.

  • National Civil Rights Museum

    National Civil Rights Museum, located where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, provides a stirring history of the fight for Civil Rights.

  • Victorian Village

    Victorian Village features a series of old Victorian homes, many of which are open to the public.

  • Graceland

    Graceland, the best-known attraction in Memphis, was the home of Elvis Presley and now contains a brilliant display of his history and memorabilia.

  • Memphis Walk of Fame

    Memphis Walk of Fame, located in the Beale Street district, is similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame but focused on Memphis musicians.

  • Introduction

    Memphis is a city known for its music and you will find plenty of attractions and events designed around its musicians. However, you can find plenty of other activities in the city to entertain you, as well. Enjoy the dazzling scene of downtown at night on the antique trolleys as you stop for the famous Memphis barbeque at one of their many restaurants. Visitors can spend an entire afternoon of their Memphis vacations at the museums learning about the history and culture of the area. Enjoy a day out in nature hiking on the trails or biking through the parks.

  • Graceland

    No trip to Memphis would be complete without visiting the place that Elvis called home. Graceland is the second most-visited house in the country, with the White House as the most visited.

    Elvis Week

    Each August, Elvis devotees converge on Memphis to spend an entire week devoted to his memory.

    Carnival Memphis

    This June street festival actually began in 1931 as the Cotton Carnival.

    Beale Street

    Visit the heart and soul of the city and the place where history comes to life. Beale Street is particularly lively in May during the Beale Street Music Festival.

    The Peabody Ducks

    Stop by the Peabody Memphis Hotel to see the daily parade of live ducks heading into the lobby fountain.

    The Orpheum

    This must-see attraction is one of the most historic theaters in Memphis.

    Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum

    Learn more about the birth of rhythm and blues at this historic museum.

    Sun Studio

    Take a tour of the birthplace of rock and roll.

    Mud Island

    Spend a day enjoying the great outdoors at the Mud Island River Park and Mississippi River Museum.

    The World Championship Barbeque Cooking Contest

    Visit Memphis in May, when professional and amateur barbecue masters converge on the city for the world's largest barbeque cookoff.

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