Visiting Graceland in Memphis Tennessee with Family

A trip to Memphis Tennessee is not complete without a visit to Graceland. Most Americans know Graceland is the home to the king of rock and roll, Elvis Presley. Fans of the King and Rock n Roll history buffs will love walking around Elvis’s home. Here they can learn about his life and career through stories… Read More

Best Family Activities in Memphis Tennessee

In the South, nestled within the state of Tennessee, lies the city of Memphis. Memphis is a place full of Southern United States traditions and history. Lovers of music, history, and Elvis will all find something in the largest city along the Mississippi River. National Civil Rights Museum It is no secret that America has a… Read More

Family Stay at the Westin Memphis Beale Street

On our recent visit to Memphis, Tennessee, we stayed at the Starwood (SPG) Westin Memphis Beale Street Hotel. Located on 170 Lt George W. Lee Avenue, it is a block away from Beale Street – one of the cities’ most famous thoroughfares boasting fine dining, clubbing, shopping and a buzzing nightlife. The multi-storied, centrally-located, contemporary-styled… Read More

Family Fun at the Memphis Peabody Hotel Brunch

The Memphis Peabody Hotel is a beautifully decorated remnant of the old south, with a full buffet and marching ducks. It is an experience enjoyable for all the family, where adults can enjoy the delicious food and even the youngest children can enjoy watching the ducks.  In 1869, the original Peabody Hotel opened in Memphis, Tennessee;… Read More

Taking the Kids to Memphis National Civil Rights Museum

Less than ten minutes walking distance from the city’s heart and music filled Beale Street stands the Lorraine Motel. Unfortunately, the place would have probably stayed unknown to most if it hadn’t been for the fateful April 4, 1968, when Martin Luther King Jr., was shot and killed while standing on its second story balcony…. Read More

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