Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee

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149 Union Avenue

Memphis, Tennessee

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  • 4 mentions in 5 Days in Memphis (and Little Rock)?

    • Claire W.

      Claire W. said, "...track between Memphis and LR if that appeals to you . In Memphis, be sure and see the ducks at the Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis. They parade across the lobby twice a day, escorted by the head butler, with "Stars and..." See More

    • Nathan A.

      Nathan A. said, "...thought the ribs at Charlie Vergos Rendezvous and the pulled pork at Central BBQ (Downtown) were fine—nothing to write home about. The Peabody Hotel was quite luxurious and watching the ducks was a fine way to spend 20 minutes. Impressive views from the..." See More

    • Bailey D.

      Bailey D. said, "...think both places are well worth your time. First Memphis. This city has the generic tourist destinations: Graceland, Beale Street, the Peabody Hotel ducks, and barbecue restaurants galore (Central BBQ is my personal favorite). But the city also has some hidden gems...." See More

    • Jacey & Scott M.

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      Jacey & Scott M. said, " Make absolutely sure to have ribs at Charlie Vergos Rendezvous, if you time it right you can stop at the Peabody Hotel to see the parade of ducks, it's right near Rendezvous!..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Good Food and Fun With Kids

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, " do go, you might want to hit it in the morning. Finally, I would consider having a meal at the Peabody Hotel for one reason: the Peabody has a tradition of parading these little ducks through the lobby every day around..." See More

    • Dan B.

      Dan B. said, "...I think Courtney has a good idea about planning dinner around the  Peabody Hotel  ducks. Find out the time, and then hit Kooky Canuck across the street from (west of) the Peabody for dinner whenever that fits best. No music,..." See More

  • 2 mentions in What's the best neighborhood in Memphis for a first time visitor?

    • Karen W.

      Karen W. said, "...bit depressing with all the closed up shops on Main St. There are the touristy things to do like Beale St. Peabody Hotel is gorgeous and you have the Peobody ducks that come out morning and stay until 5pm I think. Places..." See More

    • Marie M.

      Marie M. said, "...the Memphis Cook Convention Center and within 6 or 7 blocks of Beale Street, Front Street, Mud Island River Park, the Peabody Hotel, the Bass Pro Shops and lots of museums. After a long day exploring, hop the Main Street bus..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Cross Country Trip - CA to FL with 3 children (ages 10, 7, 6) . . . HELP!

    • Lisa S.

      Lisa S. said, "...just west of Amarillo is a cool thing to see and great for photo opportunity. If/When you stop in Memphis visit Peabody Hotel and see the ducks swimming in the lobby fountain, and while you are downtown you can't go wrong with..." See More

    • Jeremi R.

      Jeremi R. said, "...steroids. In Memphis, I recommend the Memphis Mojo Tour from Backbeat Tours. It's a lot of fun. Also, go to the Peabody Hotel and check out the Peabody ducks. Go at either 11:00am or 5:00pm. That's when they enter and exit the..." See More

  • 1 mention in 12 days in USA - where to travel?

    • Claire W.

      Claire W. said, "...many great talents made their first recordings, Mud Island river park and steamboat museum, eat barbecue and ribs anywhere, hit the Peabody Hotel and watch The Ducks make their grand entrance or exit, then back on I-40 East to Nashville Country Music..." See More

  • 1 mention in Nashville and Memphis in August. Where to eat? What to see and do?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, " waited for about an hour before being seated. My favorite thing about Memphis are the famous Peabody Ducks at the Peabody Hotel. Long story short, every afternoon they parade little ducks across the lobby of the hotel and there's a..." See More

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