1.Memphis Rock n Soul Museum
191 Beale St
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A very entertaining and educational trip through Rock and Roll history. The Rock 'N' Soul museum starts in the fields of the share croppers and takes you on a voyage that includes Sun Records, Stax R
2.National Civil Rights Museum
450 Mulberry St
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My friend and I were lucky enough to be in Memphis on vacation at the same time the new wing that incorporates James Earl Ray's boarding house was being dedicated. We explored both the new wing and t
3.Slave Haven Underground Railroad
826 N 2nd St
I truly enjoyed the tour. The guide was very informative. The downside is I saw very few signs leading to the house. We had gotten directions in advance and were able to find it but almost went pas
4.Mississippi River Museum
125 N Front St
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The Mississippi River Museum is located at Mud Island River Park and is comprised of 18 galleries that showcase 10,000 years of history in the Lower Mississippi River Valley. The exhibits detail early
5.Chucalissa Archaeological Museum
1987 Indian Village Dr
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A museum on the cultural history of the Native American tribes who lived in the Mississippi River Valley from 900-1600 AD.
6.W C Handy House Museum
352 Beale St
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This tiny shack was once home to "the father of the blues," W.C. Handy.
7.Memphis Pink Palace Museum
3050 Central Ave
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The Pink Palace offers something for every family member. Spend a few hours or the entire day - you will be thoroughly educated and entertained!
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