Memphis Quick Guide
Elvis. Graceland. Blues. These three words may be among the first to enter your mind when thinking about Memphis. However, while Memphis is the birthplace of blues patriarch W.C. Handy as well as rock 'n' roll, there's a lot more to this Mississippi River town than music alone.
Downtown Memphis is home to the Center for Southern Folklore, an interesting hybrid of coffee shop, museum and night club, complete with photo exhibits, live music and a cafe. Or for something more tranquil, visit the Memphis Botanic Garden or the Lichterman Nature center, both filled with a variety of native flora and fauna.
The Memphis City Hall is located at 125 N. Main St., and provides a wealth of services for residents. For those looking to relocate, visit the Memphis Regional Chamber at 22 N. Front St., 2nd floor for more information.
Getting Around or Getting Away
Map driving directions to popular destinations that include Beale Street, Graceland, or Overton Square from anywhere in Memphis.
Making Memphis Your Home
Memphis Shopping and Services
Whatever you're shopping for, find it in the Memphis Yellow Pages. Need services such as utility activation in your new Memphis home? Find Memphis Light, Gas and Water contact information and more.