This lovely 144-year-old, 80-acre cemetery is a wonderful place to go on a warm afternoon. Huge shade trees protect the most ... More
Historic Elmwood Cemetery
This lovely 144-year-old, 80-acre cemetery is a wonderful place to go on a warm afternoon. Huge shade trees protect the most interesting collection of graves and gravestones in the city. Elaborate Victorian monuments pay homage to city founders such as Robert Church, the first black millionaire in Memphis, as well as Mayor E.H. "Boss" Crump, 19 generals from the Confederate Army and yellow fever victims felled by the mosquitoes that used to thrive on the river banks.
Registered with the National Historical Registry, the historic, Art Deco style Residence Inn Memphis Downtown is within walking distance of
Beale Street and approximately 12 miles from Memphis International Airport. Main Street Trolley (with its vintage trolley cars) is ...
See Memphis by land and water aboard one amazing vehicle. Discover the history, humor and heroes of this legendary town,
and cruise the river as well. Entertaining and informative captains narrate this fascinating and fun expedition of downtown Memphis. ...
This Statue of Elvis —nine and a half feet tall and made of bronze—replicates the original that stood here from
1980 to 1994. That statue was removed and restored because of damage done by souvenir hunters. The original can ...