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149 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN

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"While there is the Peabody Hotel, there are also more affordable options."  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

"Mud Island is a nice urban park/outdoor museum, and seeing the ducks walk across the lobby at the Peabody Hotel at 11am and 5pm is a local tradition."  See More

"The toddler might like the ducks at the Peabody Hotel But basically at 4 months, as long as they can eat and sleep on schedule they're good to go."  See More

"The only other thing I can think of is that you should go see the ducks at the Peabody Hotel."  See More

"The little ones could watch the ducks come down the elevator at the Peabody Hotel"  See More

"Also of course there are the ducks at the Peabody Hotel"  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

"Enjoy cocktails on the roof of the Peabody Hotel, get there about dusk to watch the ducks parade from the lobby, then up the elevator."  See More

"If you want an experience, consider the Peabody Hotel, where they have the ducks."  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

"It's less than a block away from 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."  See More

"Peabody Hotel is gorgeous and you have the Peobody ducks that come out morning and stay until 5pm I think."  See More

"The Peabody Hotel was quite luxurious and watching the ducks was a fine way to spend 20 minutes."  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

"In Memphis, be sure and see the ducks at the Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis."  See More

"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

"My favorite thing about Memphis are the famous Peabody Ducks at the Peabody Hotel."  See More

" 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 any of these BBQ places linked in blue."  See More

"Also, go to the Peabody Hotel and check out the Peabody ducks."  See More

"I think Courtney has a good idea about planning dinner around the Peabody Hotel ducks."  See More

"Peabody Hotel for one reason: the Peabody has a tradition of parading these little ducks through the lobby every day around noon and again in the early evening and it's literally the cutest thing I've ever seen in my life."  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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