Liberty Bowl Stadium is a massive football stadium that can seat up to 62,000 spectators. In 1965, the Liberty Bowl College ... More
Liberty Bowl Stadium
Liberty Bowl Stadium is a massive football stadium that can seat up to 62,000 spectators. In 1965, the Liberty Bowl College Football Classic shifted from Philadelphia to Memphis, and that is how this stadium got its new name. It has witnessed some of the most remarkable college football games over the years. It also plays host to rock concerts.
Overton Park is the home of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, the Memphis College of Art, and the Overton
Park Municipal Golf Course. The park by itself is a lovely place to visit. There are trails for hiking ...
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. ...
The Main Street Trolley consists of restored vintage trolley cars that offer views of downtown Memphis and the riverfront. One
route runs up and down Main Street from the Pyramid to Central Station offering comfortable transportation to sights such ...