- The list below includes 62 free or cheap things to do in or near Memphis, Tennessee, including 36 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Parks, Art Museum and City Tours.
- From Shelby Farms Park to Mud Island River Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Memphis and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Collierville, Southaven, Germantown and Olive Branch.
The Motorsport Lab Memphis MoreLess Info
Drivers get behind the wheel of a Lamborghini or Ferrari with an instructor for laps around an autocross car-control course
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870 E McLemore Ave, Memphis, TN 38106 MoreLess Info
The Stax Museum of American Soul Music is dedicated to telling the uniquely American story of soul music. Located on the original site of Stax Records, the museum contains interactive exhibits, vintage costumes, photos and other memorabilia.
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119 South Main Street, Memphis, TN MoreLess Info
Located just one block from the famous Peabody Hotel, the Belz Museum of Asian & Judaic Art has a large collection of unique items. Adult and student tours are offered Tuesdays through Fridays with reservations being required.
More than 50 free concerts and events are held each year at the Levitt Shell that is located in Overton Park of Midtown Memphis. Guests are able to watch from their own chosen vantage point with their own blanket or chair that can be placed on the open lawn.
Impressionist and post-impressionist paintings are the specialization of the Dixon Gallery & Gardens. The works of Matisse, Renoir, Cassat, and Turner can be viewed in the gallery while the gardens are open for general wandering through beautiful landscaped scenery.
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826 N Second St, Memphis, TN 38107 MoreLess Info
Revealed in 1978 to have been a stop on the underground railroad, Slave Haven/Burkle Estate Museum now offers guided tours of the hidden passageways under the house, featuring stories of the slaves who stopped here for a night before embarking up the Mississippi River.
The cultural and natural history of Mid-South America comes to life at the Pink Palace Museum, where exhibits, dioramas and audio-visual presentations animate the region's past, including a medical exhibit, and a replica of the Clarence Saunders Piggly-Wiggly, a classic historic general store.
Don't miss an opportunity to observe first-hand how the world's finest guitars are made at the Gibson Factory. An informative, 45-minute tour takes you through the factory as the skilled craftsman build the musical instruments.