- Our list of the best things to do in Tunica, Mississippi, features the top 26 nearby activities — including 6 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Tunica, MS has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 17 things to do within the city of Tunica, MS , followed by 15 popular activities in nearby cities, including Tunica Resorts, Hernando, Helena and Russellville
Always considered a 'must-see' destination, the Peabody Hotel is famous for its majestic fountain in the lobby and daily Duck March performed by the resident Peabody Ducks. You don't have to be a guest of the hotel to enjoy the daily festivities.
Memphis Riverboats offers authentic American riverboat cruises along the Mississippi River. Most of the boat options revolve around traditional paddlewheelers with the most popular tour being a 90-minute sightseeing cruise.
Climb aboard a Segway Personal Transporter for a guided tour of downtown Memphis. Begin at the Memphis Peabody Hotel and explore the Beale Street Entertainment District, several landmarks, and views of the Mississippi River.
Home to the Memphis Redbirds minor league ballclub, Auto Zone Park, is a terrific venue to watch a game. This award-winning ballpark features great sightlines, affordable tickets and entertainment area with playground for the kids.
Often referred to as 'The Birthplace of Rock and Roll', a visit to Sun Studio is like traveling back in time when Elvis was recording his hit records. Guided tours through the studio and museum are fun for music fans of all ages.
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The natural and cultural history of the Lower Mississippi River Valley is the focus of the Mississippi River Museum at Mud Island. Numerous artifacts covering the different periods of history are included in the exhibits with a special children's area known as the River Room.
Stroll along the Riverwalk at Mud Island River Park and view an exact duplicate of the lower Mississippi River including 20 cities located on its shores, ride the monorail, visit the Mississippi River Museum and hear a concert in the amphitheater. Visitors can learn more at the Visitors Center.