Memphis is the largest city in Tennessee, sitting proudly on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Memphis is a city packed with things to do. In addition to the ‘must sees’ like Beale Street and Graceland there are many other sites to see, including the National Civil Rights Museum and Victorian Village. A good time to visit Memphis is in May, for the Memphis in May festival. The festival is comprises four main events including; the Beale Street Music Festival, International Week, The World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony. Airlines such as Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Comair, Northwest Airlines and American Airlines operate services from Memphis International Airport (MEM). http://www.cityofmemphis.org
Few people alive today have not heard of Elvis
Presley, legendary 'King of Rock n Roll', and most associate
Memphis, largest city in Tennessee, with the iconic deceased
singer. Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to the city each
year, particularly on Elvis' birthday, to make a pilgrimage to
Graceland, the mansion where Presley lived and died.
Memphis' biggest attraction is the
second-most visited house in the United States after the White
Sun Studio Memphis
Visitors who come to Memphis to pay homage to
Elvis Presley inevitably are also keen to visit the legendary
recording studio in Union Avenue where the King of rock 'n roll's
career, and that of numerous other stars, began.
Memphis Rock ?n Soul Museum Memphis
A collection of rare recordings, vintage
films and musician interviews along with photographs, and
interactive exhibits makes up the "Social Crossroads" exhibition
put together by the Smithsonian Institution.
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