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Sightseeing

Memphis doesn't just attract tourists it draws pilgrims music lovers come for blues on Beale Street. Barbecue connoisseurs for the pulled pork and ribs and Elvis fanatics. Fly in to worship at the altar of the king. The history of economic hardship can be seen from most vantage points in Memphis but for every empty lie there's a cultural hotspot getting around downtown is easy vintage trolleys regularly breeze down Main Street curving down as a Mississippi River. Take the monorail an elevated walkway over the mud island or jog along the river through Conley park at downtown. To the Peabody Hotel at 11:00 a.m. sharp in a daily tradition dating. Back to 1933, the hotel's famous ducks file from the elevator across the red-carpeted lobbying accompanied by their red-coated duck master. Midtown Memphis is a diverse area it is now home to upscale cocktail bars along with long-standing juke joints like the Lamplighter. The cooper-young neighborhood is hipster-friendly art galleries, cafes and cool restaurants stately homes surround Overton Park which is home to the Egyptian-themed Memphis Zoo for a smaller City the zoo has an extensive array of residence don't miss the giant pandas lazily putting back mounds of bamboo.

The Good Side of MEM

16 million-dollar habitat a musical tour of Memphis starts at the second most visited residence in the country after the white house Elvis Presley's beloved Graceland mansion is a marvel of 1970s bad taste for an extra fee you can tour his private chat and visit the Automobile Museum. Sun Studios doesn't look like much from the outside but truly is ground zero for American rock and roll music blues musicians like BB King were first pressed to wax here followed by the rockabilly sound of Johnny Cash and the king himself Beck's Museum of American soul music is the only soul music museum in the world get down on the dance floor and let Isaac Hayes Superfly Cadillac hypnotize you.

The Bad Side of MEM

The gut-wrenching National Civil Rights Museum provides sobering historical context with an in-depth look at the civil rights movement it's housed in the Lorraine Motel where the Reverend dr. Martin Luther King jr. was fatally shot in 1968. Nearby Beale Street is where freed slaves once laid the roots for a vibrant African-American community that invented the blue today music spills nonstop from juke joints jazz halls and blues clubs. There's also plenty of cheesy souvenirs tattoo parlors and psychic and forums. If it sounds trashy that's because it is but it can also be a lot of fun when it comes to good eats locals come to blows over who makes the best chopped pork sandwiches or dry rub ribs barbecue joints are scattered across the city the ugliest exteriors often win the taste out Memphis is like that too if you're willing to look past that sometimes gritty Sheen you're bound to find something that moves.