Memphis Sights

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Alex Haley House Museum

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The Alex Haley House Museum , the only state-owned historic site in West Tennessee, displays family portraits, mementos, and furnishings.

Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum

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the Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum contains a diverse assortment of railroad memorabilia. On the grounds is a replica of Old No.

Cotton Museum at the Memphis Cotton Exchange

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Relive the days of "King Cotton" in the architectural splendor of the city's cotton trading floor, re-created as it appeared in 1939,...

Fire Museum of Memphis

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In Fire Engine House No. 1, a restored 1910 building, curiosity seekers of all ages can learn about the history of firefighting from...


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Graceland, the estate once owned by Elvis Presley, is 12 mi south of Downtown. A guided tour of the mansion, which Elvis bought in 1957...

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

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The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, a Greek-columned edifice east of Downtown in Overton Park, houses a collection of fine and decorative...

Memphis Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium

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The Memphis Pink Palace Museum and Planetarium, the converted pink marble mansion of Clarence Saunders, Memphis-based founder of the...

Mississippi River Museum

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Also in the park is the Mississippi River Museum, featuring a simulated Civil War gunboat battle. ...

National Civil Rights Museum

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South of Downtown, the motel in which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968 has been transformed into the National Civil...

Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum

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The main house of this museum features displays on slave life and the Underground Railroad that enabled slaves to escape to free states...


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