Take In a Free Concert at Levitt Shell in Memphis

Things To Do

• September 27, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

Levitt Shell is a community-focused center for music and entertainment that was founded on the belief that everyone should have access to great music. For that reason, Levitt Shell offers over 50 free concerts every year to the Memphis community at their state-of-the-art outdoor performance space. From your favorite classic bands to new local bands… Read more »

• August 16, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

Immerse yourself in Memphis's musical past by visiting Lansky 126, a local shopping tradition since 1946. Currently serving as a shopping destination as well as a local museum, this is not your average shopping excursion. You’ll come for the great style, and return time and again for the unique experience. As Lansky served as the… Read more »

• June 28, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

Founded in 1976, the Dixon Gallery & Gardens offers beautifully landscaped gardens and art in a single setting. Encompassing 17 acres, the gardens are open to the public, while inside the main building, visitors can explore a permanent collection of over 2,000 objects, headlined by French and American Impressionist paintings and a collection of porcelain… Read more »

• May 24, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

There is a lot of culture and history in the city of Memphis, and the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum attempts to explore and explain a lot of it to visitors from all over the country the world. Opened in 2000, the museum’s exhibits focus on both the birth of rock and soul music, as… Read more »

• April 26, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

The largest indoor go-karting facility in Tennessee, the Autobahn Indoor Speedway in Memphis is a one-of-a-kind activity for residents and visitors. Arrive-and-drive riders pay a set fee for 14 laps around the track. Visitors can buy multi-race packages to save money, and everyone needs to pay a one-time fee for a yearly racing license. The… Read more »

• March 22, 2016 • Comments are off for this post

You haven't experienced all of what Memphis has to offer until you've walked down historic Beale Street and taken a gander at all of its varied sights, sounds, and flavors. Compared by many to New Orleans' Bourbon Street, Beale offers its own blend of nightclubs, bars, and places to dine. Sure, it's known to attract… Read more »

• November 17, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

If Mud Island doesn't sound like a particularly enticing place to visit, that's only because you've never been to Mississippi Greenbelt Park in downtown Memphis. It resides on Mud Island, and despite the name of its place of residency, the park is a favorite among Memphis locals. One turn around its 1.5-mile trail, and you'll… Read more »

• November 11, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Never been to a museum dedicated entirely to metal works of art? That's probably because there's only one in the entire United States, The Metal Museum in Memphis. Since you're lucky enough to live near this one-of-a-kind institution, don't miss up your chance to explore. Not only is The Metal Museum different in the content… Read more »

• October 14, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

More than 3,500 creatures call the Memphis Zoo home, and they hail from all over the world. African lions and tigers prowl around the Cat Country enclosures. Lowland gorillas and baboons mosey around Primate Canyon. Timber wolves and grizzly bears patrol the Teton Trek. You can get up close and personal with all of these… Read more »

• September 23, 2015 • Comments are off for this post

Created by the Smithsonian Institute, the Rock N Soul Museum on Beale Street encapsulates a time when music was changing, breaking down boundaries and moving toward a new sound, through its colorful exhibits. The museum debuted in 2000 with the goal of illuminating the history of rock and soul music, starting with rockabilly. A blend… Read more »