Fall Friendly Activities in Memphis

Fall is here and in true Bluff City fashion, Memphis is host to a wide and exciting range of ways to enjoy the season! Whether it be exploring the sites of the city, or pondering the wonders of the universe at Sharpe Planetarium, residents and visitors to the birthplace of rock and roll with find themselves presented with a variety of things to do this fall! Check out the ideas below, load up the car, and make your way to Memphis!

Star gazing at Sharpe Planetarium is the perfect way to spend a brisk autumn night in Memphis. As entertaining as it is educational, this budget-friendly activity is a seasonal favorite among Mid-Southerners! A guided tour of the seasonal night sky will highlight the constellations, astronomical events of the season, and fascinating stories of the star patterns.

To see Memphis stars of a different kind, be sure to reserve your tickets for the Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass! See where rock legends like Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Johnny Cash recorded with your admission to Sun Studios, one of the most famous recording studios in music history! After spending some time at the studio, head over to Graceland, the famous home of Elvis Presley and don’t forget to visit Stax Museum of American Soul Music and the Rock ‘n SoulMuseum!

But, don’t forget that Memphis history includes more than just music! Book tickets to the Historic Memphis Walking Tour to explore the city’s most fascinating landmarks including Cotton Row, the Magevney House, and the old Shelby County Jail. Your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will discuss the Civil War, cotton, music and how each of these has made Memphis what it is today. Enjoy leisurely walks through historic downtown Memphis on a beautiful autumn day with this enlightening tour!

For more information about these activities, hotels, and things to do in Memphis, please visit us at http://www.vacationsmadeeasy.com/MemphisTN/

2 thoughts on “Fall Friendly Activities in Memphis

  1. The Sharpe Planetarium sounds amazing! I love looking at the stars, and have wanted to go to a planetarium for the longest time. This sounds so cool.

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