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OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40
OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40
OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40
OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40
OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40

OYO Hotel Memphis TN I-40

Memphis, Memphis· 10.8 mi
9 people booked this hotel in last 6 hours
4.2 (98 Ratings)·Very Good
King Sized Bed
King Sized Bed
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King Bed
$61$7720% off
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What are some things to do on Beale Street?

Beale Street is Tennessee's most iconic street, and not to be missed during a visit to Memphis. The street is important to history and culture, as black entrepreneurs opened businesses along the street well before the civil rights movement. Musicians began playing on Beale as far back as the 1860s, and over time became the spot where blues and jazz musicians congregated and honed their craft. Today, the street is home to dozens of nightclubs, bars, and restaurants, and you can catch great live music seven days a week!

  • Brass Notes Walk: Memphis’s version of the walk of fame pays tribute to the influential musicians who helped form the sounds of blues, soul, jazz, and rock ‘n’ roll. 
  • Withers Collection Museum & Gallery: Memphis freelance photojournalist Ernest Withers capture more than 60 years of history, covering music, sports, and the civil rights movement. The museum features more than 1.8 million images, and is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of music, history, and politics. 
  • Silky O’Sullivans: Head to this popular Irish pub for delicious burgers or oyster dishes, and stay for the live music. Their entertainers run the gamut of genres, and they have dueling piano sessions multiple times a month.
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What is there to see in Memphis, TN?
  • Sun Studio: Take a tour at the legendary recording studio, known as “The Birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll.” The guided tour will share the incredible stories of musical greats like B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Roy Orbison. And of course, you’ll get to stand in the same spot where Elvis created his first recording.
  • The National Civil Rights Museum: The museum was built on the site of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1968 assassination, and takes a comprehensive look at the struggle for civil rights. Exhibits include more than 260 artifacts, 40 films, and a variety of oral histories spanning five centuries from slavery through the Civil War up to modern times. Permanent exhibits cover subjects such as slavery, freedom rides, and student sit-ins.
  • Graceland: It may seem cliché, but visiting Graceland is a must-do for any tourist in Memphis. Visit the home where Elvis grew up, marvel at the opulent decor, then head to the museum for a look at interesting artifacts and exhibits celebrating his life and career. Graceland also is a busy concert venue, with lots of live music and events throughout the year.
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Where should I eat in Memphis, TN?
  • Central BBQ: This Memphis hot spot has four locations. Meats are marinated in smoky sauce and dry rub for 24 hours, and then eaten as sandwiches, on top of nachos, or paired with sides like BBQ beans and home-baked pork rinds. You can even get your BBQ meat on top of a salad.
  • Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken: The Bonner family has served hot and spicy fried chicken since 1953. Start your meal with an order of to-die-for fried green tomatoes. When you get your plate of chicken, know that the piece of bread that comes with it has a special meaning: it’s a tribute to the founders and their humble beginnings serving fried chicken between slices of white bread out of the back door of a tavern over 60 years ago.
  • Bounty on Broad: Head to this casual yet upscale farm-to-table restaurant for thoughtfully prepared dishes and craft cocktails. Their sweet tea brined pork chop is popular with regulars, but with a menu that also includes duck, steamed mussels, and Moroccan-spiced lamb, choosing an entree may be a challenge!
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Where should I stay in Memphis, TN?

Hotel Memphis Oakville: This hotel is only a 10-minute drive from the Memphis airport. The cozy rooms have free Wi-Fi, and come equipped with a refrigerator and microwave—perfect for storing and reheating leftover Memphis BBQ!

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