Travel Professionals FAQs

Q. What will my group be able to do while in town?
A. With 60+ attractions, more than 150 festivals and a seemingly endless list of things to do in Memphis, you'll have enough to fill every minute of your stay in Memphis. In fact, you'll wish you had extra days to be able to do it all. Search for attractions here or look for our trip ideas throughout the site. 

Q. What are some attractions that you'd only find in Memphis?
A. Oh wow, where do we start? The home of Elvis Presley, Graceland, is located in Memphis and so is the famed Sun Studio where he recorded. We've got Stax Museum of American Soul Music, world famous Beale Street, the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, Mud Island River Park and National Civil Rights Museum just to name a few. Read more about our only-in-Memphis attractions. 

Southern Avenue at Stax
Exterior of Sun Studio in Memphis
Crowds on Beale Street
Memphis Rock n Soul Poplar Tunes Sign
Stax, Beale Street, Sun Studios, Rock 'n' Soul Museum

Q. Do you offer any themed itineraries?
A. We have itineraries ranging from music to sports to culinary interests.  If you're wanting a mix of all of it, we're very happy to help you with a custom itinerary. Check in with  one of our travel professionals for more options or questions. 

Q. Do you offer any group or student discounts?
A. Memphis attractions give student and group discounts. Often you can find these on the attractions' page on our site. If you need assistance, our travel professionals are a quick email away.  

Q. What restaurants are able to service groups of 50-100 people? 
A. Memphis offers a variety of group friendly restaurants in across the city. See our dining page for a complete list of dining options. 

Downtown:
Center for Southern Folklore
Brass Door
B.B. King's
Central BBQ
Evelyn & Olive
Felicia Suzanne's
Flying Fish
Flynn's Restaurant and Bar
Hard Rock Cafe
Jerry Lee Lewis Cafe & Honky Tonk
King's Palace Cafe
Lookout at The Pyramid
Majestic Grill
McEwen's
Mesquite Chop House
Miss Polly's
Paulette's
Pearl's Oyster House
Rendezvous
Riverfront Bar & Grill
Rum Boogie Cafe
South of Beale
Spindini
Tugs

Overton Square District:
Bayou Bar and Grill
Boscos Squared
Huey's
India Palace
Schweinehaus

Cooper-Young District:
Alchemy
Bar-B-Q Shop
Beauty Shop
Soul Fish

Broad Avenue:
Broad Avenue Pizza

East:
Capital Grill
Corky's BBQ
Germantown Commissary

Q. What are the best places for my student group to perform?
A. Give your students the thrill of a lifetime by performing in the city that launched the career of music icons. 

America's Incredible Pizza
AutoZone Park
Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid
Beale Street Landing
Blues Hall of Fame
Cannon Center for the Performing Arts
FedExForum
Graceland
Halloran Centre for Performing Arts & Education
Handy Park
Hard Rock Cafe
Lafayette's Music Room
Levitt Shell
Memphis Music Hall of Fame
Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum
Memphis Zoo
National Civil Rights Museum
Overton Square: Playhouse on the Square and Hattiloo Theatre
Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Tennessee Welcome Center
University of Memphis: Michael D. Rose Theater

Q. What sort of things can my student group do at night?
A. Memphis after dark can be fun for any age: 

Get ready for the popular ghost tour where you will hear mind-puzzling stories of the rich, poor, yellow-fever victims and other spirits haunting Memphis today.  Check out Historical Haunts or Backbeat Tours.

Or, what about dinner and a show in Overton Square or Cooper-Young where students not only enjoy delicious food, but they can perform for the guests. 

Grab your team gear and head to FedExForum to support the NBA Memphis Grizzlies or walk a few blocks over to catch a AAA baseball game with the Memphis Redbirds at AutoZone Park

Sky Zone indoor trampoline park features dodge ball, slam dunks and a wide open jump court. Perfect for stretching your legs after a long journey.

Golf & Games or America's Incredible Pizza are always hits with putt-putt courses, go-karts, laser tag and more. 

Memphis Paintball Park has fifteen acres of action-packed adventure with settings such as canyons, old west towns and more. 

The Lookout at Bass Pro
Zach Randolph of Memphis Grizzlies - Joe Murphy/NBAE/Getty Images
60 Years of Rock 'n' Roll event at the Levitt Shell. Photo Credit: Andrea Zucker
Hippos at the Memphis Zoo
Lookout at Bass Pro, Live Music at the Levitt Shell, Memphis Grizzlies, Memphis Zoo

Q. Is Downtown Memphis walkable?
A. The quick answer is yes. But, for more detail...  From  Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid (located on the north end of downtown) to the Amtrak Memphis Central Station (at the south end) is a mere three miles making walking in Memphis very doable. Along that three-mile route, you have easy access to many attractions, restaurants and hotels. Additionally, a fleet of hybrid electric bus run along Main Street and the Riverfront. Because downtown is safe, you will see visitors and residents hopping from a Memphis Redbirds game at AutoZone Park to club hopping on Beale Street to FedExForum to catch a Grizzlies game. 

Q. Can you recommend a group transportation company?
A. Cline Tours, ACR Coach, and Crown Tours are ready and able to assist with group transportation. There are also a number of tour companies which offer step-on guides. Start your search by clicking here. 

Q. Where can I find sanitation services for my bus?
Agricenter RV Park
7777 Walnut Grove Road, Memphis TN 38120
901-355-1977
$2 dump station fee

Elvis Presley Blvd RV Park
3971 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis 38116
901-332-3633
$10 dump station fee

Love’s Travel Stop
3371 Lamar Avenue, Memphis TN 38118
901-433-7205
$10 dump station fee

Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park
910 Riddick Road, Millington, TN 38053
901-876-5215
$5 dump station fee

Memphis East Campground
3291 Shoehorn Drive, Lakeland TN 38002
901-388-3053
$10 dump station fee

Memphis/Graceland RV Park & Campground
3691 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis 38116
901-397-7125
$10 dump station fee

T.O. Fuller State Park
1500 Mitchell Road, Memphis 38109
901-543-7581
$5 dump station fee