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Beale St
Memphis, TN 38103

 (901) 526-0115

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"We stayed at La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Memphis Downtown, great rates, easy walk to Beale Street and all of downtown, plus they only charge $20 per stay for both our dogs!"  See More

"  Another attraction is Beale Street , the entertainment district in Memphis."  See More

"We got off at the Peabody Hotel to see the ducks come down the elevator, and we also got off at St Jude's Children's Research Hospital to visit the memorial to Danny Thomas and we got off in Beale Street to have lunch."  See More

"Bass Pro Shops is beautiful its downtown, & Beale Street is the best, good food, music and great places to stay close by."  See More

"In Memphis see Graceland Mansion, Beale Street, National Civil Rights Museum,Sun Studio, Corky's Ribs & BBQ."  See More

"From there we travel in to Beale Street."  See More

"Beale Street is a great place to hang out at night but it can get very crowded, especially on weekends."  See More

"Memphis has a lot of sports events (the Memphis Grizzlies and some minor league and college teams), an old fashioned trolley in the downtown area, a lot of music venues (Elvis Graceland, Beale Street, Sun Studio), A Schwab drug store, Mud Island, MLKing was assassinated at the Motel Lorraine which I think is now a National Civil Rights Museum."  See More

"Interesting things to see include the Peabody Hotel ducks, Beale Street, Schwab's Drugstore, and the Motel LORRAINE where MLK was assassinated."  See More

"We took a city tour which included the Peabody Hotel seeing the ducks come down the elevator, the historic Victorian homes in the Evergreen district, the Danny Thomas Pavilion at St Jude Children's Research Hospital Beale Street (where we stopped for lunch, ate at Dyer's Burgers and walked down to Handy Park and saw A Schwab drugstore), drove by the Motel LORRAINE and saw the lady protesting the museum that it has become, and ended up at Graceland."  See More

"From there, walk off lunch with a stroll along Beale Street Beale Street, the birthplace of blues, be sure to stop in Schwabs."  See More

"Visit Beale Street, enjoy the Blues Music scene, Sun Studio where 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 Hall of FameGrand Ole OpryRyman AuditoriumCheekwood-Art & GardensArts District."  See More

"This city has the generic tourist destinations: Graceland, Beale Street, the Peabody Hotel ducks, and barbecue restaurants galore (Central BBQ is my personal favorite)."  See More

"Enjoy all the music related sights, the Elvis stuff, Mud Island, bbq on Beale Street, The Peabody Little Rock and the ducks."  See More

"Eat at Paulette's Restaurant, famous for the hot popovers, enjoy the restaurants along Beale Street, visit Sun Studio, National Civil Rights Museum, Stax Music Academy, Memphis Zoo, Mud Island if it is warm weather, Arabia Steamboat Museum, the Pyramid Arena, ."  See More

"I also really enjoyed the National Civil Rights Museum where Martin Luther King was killed, Mud Island-ride the cable car over and spend some time at the museum and take a picture in front of the Memphis Belle, and of course, head to Beale Street for music and food."  See More

"Beale Street has some fun kid-friendly things going on during the day (more BBQ) and of course Graceland Mansion (altho the kids might not appreciate that as much as the adults)."  See More

"Late afternoon/early evening on Beale Street would be fine for couples with young kids."  See More

"I agree to what Lance said about heading to Beale Street."  See More

"The most convenient nicest walk to restaurants, stores, movie theaters, etc area is Poplar Avenue​ and White Station​. There are many hotels in the area and it's very nice and about 10 min from downtown Beale Street​. The Peabody Hotel​ is downtown Memphis and it's really not convenient unless you are looking for gritty Beale Street eateries and bars, pretty much that's all there is."

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