Need a unique, off-the-beaten path meeting space in Memphis? We can match your group to the perfect meeting facility – complete with the smell of smoky barbecue, the sound of great blues in the air and the feel of Southern hospitality.
No event or meeting will ever be the same after you’ve held it in unique event spaces at the home of The King. Whether you’re planning a casual gathering or large corporate banquet, Graceland is one of the coolest event venues in the world. Serve cocktails in Elvis’ car museum then move your group outdoors for a rocking’ party and breathtaking view of the mansion and grounds. As a bonus, when you book your event at Graceland, you can also offer your guests the ultimate experience by including a private after-hours tour of Elvis’ Graceland Mansion!
The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum is available for private parties, receptions, corporate functions, live music and special events, all hosted amidst the guitars and galleries of one of America's most fascinating music museums. Located on Beale Street at the corner of legendary Highway 61, the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum takes you on a journey of the Memphis music experience from the rural field hollers and sharecroppers of the 1930s, through the explosion of Sun Studio, Stax and Hi Records and Memphis' musical heyday in the 70s, to its global musical influence.
Start with drinks in the legendary lobby and then elevate your meeting at The Peabody Memphis, where ballrooms, breakouts, a conference center, exhibit hall and rooftop invite attendees to mix and mingle in the “South’s Grand Hotel.” The Peabody name is synonymous with the five mallard ducks that were originally placed in the hotel’s lobby fountain in 1933, setting in motion an 80-year tradition that continues today with the March of the Peabody Ducks.
The National Civil Rights Museum at The Lorraine Motel first opened in 1991 with a focus on education of the history of the American Civil Rights movement. The museum features chill bump inducing iconic exhibits and ﬁxtures like the Montgomery bus, the sit-in counter, and freedom rides bus, which are enhanced with touch-screens that offer richer experiences than ever before. Available for gatherings of all types, the museum’s Lorraine facility offers a state-of-the-art auditorium, banquet room and conference room. Find out more about facility rental at the National Civil Rights Museum by clicking here.
The Metal Museum is the only institution in America devoted to the preservation and advancement of the art and craft of fine metalwork. At the Metal Museum, you can host a party on the mystical lawn accented by century-old trees, contemporary sculptures and an airy pavilion overlooking the Mississippi River.
Named one of the top zoo's in the country by Fodor’s Travel, get outside the conference room and party like an animal at the Memphis Zoo. Kick back and sip some wine while you watch polar bears swim in their underwater viewing area or the panda bears in the China exhibit. There are great meeting spaces like the Teton Trek complete with A/V and all the technical trimmings just in case you want to keep things tame, or the brand new facilities at the Zambezi Hippo Camp.
If you want authentic blues, smoking barbecue and bright neon, consider the W.C. Handy Performing Arts Park on historic Beale Street. This entertainment district comes complete with restaurants, clubs and tons of real-Memphis atmosphere – all within walking distance of many downtown hotels and attractions.
Stage your event at Levitt Shell, a popular venue for private events, special occasions and corporate events. This amphitheater is located in Overton Park right by the Memphis Zoo and the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art. You too can rock your event to thousands of fans – just like Elvis did.
Smack dab in the heart of downtown Memphis and within walking distance of the Peabody Hotel is AutoZone Park, home of the Memphis Redbirds. So if it’s a two-hour meeting or a three-day convention, you can certainly hit a home run with your clients.
Ellis Auditorium was the site of legendary performers like John Philip Sousa, Elvis Presley, Mary Martin and Katharine Hepburn. The auditorium was razed in 1999 to make way for the the new and updated Cannon Center for the Performing Arts. Home of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and host of concerts and theater productions, the Cannon Center has continued the tradition. With sleek appearances inside and out – and not a bad seat in the house – it’s perfect for general sessions and conventions held in the adjacent Memphis Cook Convention Center.