With an unrivalled and outstanding arts and music scene, Memphis is certainly a great choice for a vacation. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the many boutique hotels in Memphis to start your adventures. Then, uncover the wealth of history, be enchanted by the music, and marvel at bizarre traditions.
No vacation to Memphis is complete without visiting Graceland, which was Elvis Presley’s home. Next in line of popularity is Sun Studio, which is known as the birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll. To conclude the trinity of main sights in Memphis, visit the Blues Bars on Beale Street.
However, the city’s rich culture and history of the city can also be appreciated through a visit to its museums, which include the National Civil Rights Museum and the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. Nowadays, Memphis is booming as an art destination, and any street art fans should check out the ‘I Am A Man’ mural, created by Marcellous Lovelace, an indigenous folk artist.
One of the more unusual things to do in Memphis is the daily Peabody Hotel Duck March where the resident ducks of the hotel are walked over a red carpet to their favorite fountain for a swim. Silky O’ Sullivan’s has a similar appreciation for its resident pets. Home to goats, the pub contains one of the only goat towers in the world which the pets are free to climb. An afternoon spent here is entertaining, to say the least.
Full of both renowned attractions and unique things to do, it is certain that you will find something in Memphis to enthrall you. Relish the history and culture of the city while staying at one of its fantastic boutique hotels for a vacation you will remember for a long time.