Must-See Memphis: The Best Things To Do In 2016

Must-See Memphis: The Best Things To Do In 2016

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We sorted through the city's museums, parks and historic sites, and chose the very best Memphis attractions. Here are the best sights to visit in 2016 for tourists and locals alike.

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    Start very early your visit, Graceland closes at 5pm -- Alexis VB via Foursquare
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    "Bound to Be Beautiful: Book Bindings by S.C. Toof & Co. of Memphis" features volumes created in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibit is on display through June 5. -- The Commercial Appeal via Foursquare
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    When you come here, don't just let the kids play. Do your best to teach them something about the exhibits that they have. Learning is one of the goals of the museum. -- Michael Garries via Foursquare
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    Take a moment to absorb this historical landmark. It is exactly as it was back in the day when Dr. MLK Jr. Was shot. The Civil Rights Museum is across the street. -- Lizzy Lapp via Foursquare
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    Oh Wow. This place was fun and awesome. Definite do again. Fun people. Great beer and a "dog-gone" good time. -- Alan Hedrick via Foursquare
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    Having fun tailgating on Tiger Lane? Did you know you can buy a Memphis Tigers mini pack for ALL remaining 6 home football games AND 3 home men's basketball games? tinyurl.com/q545aw6 -- Memphis Tigers via Foursquare
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    Are you young, young at heart, love art, appreciate a good party? Join Young at Art! For $100 (or $150 for 2), you get access to some of the best parties in Memphis at the best venue for a whole YEAR! -- Jessica Toliuszis via Foursquare
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    Loved the design and the beer! The food truck outside is great but you can also bring your own snacks!! Great atmosphere, service, and prices!! -- Raquel via Foursquare
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    Did you know? The Lorraine was one of the few hotels where African American travelers could stay during segregation. Famous guests included Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding & Wilson Pickett. -- K12 Inc via Foursquare
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    Go see a Grizzlies or Tigers game! Tickets range in prices from $5 and up. Some of the best deals for food are the bottomless popcorn and the BBQ nachos. The Metronome Bar has different beers on tap. -- Kathleen Fox via Foursquare
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    Try the RedHop Ale while you can! Help fight MS and support your local homebrewer, my friend Mikey Erskine. P.S. Check out his local beer blog Fuzzy Brew! -- Carrie Brown-Smith via Foursquare
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    Founded in 1957 as Satellite Records, the small record label founded by bro& sis, Jim Stewart and Estelle Axton, changes its name to Stax, & becomes a major player in the creation of the Southern soul -- TheUrbanDaily via Foursquare
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