- 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
At the Memphis Cook Convention Center, guests will be able to attend a variety of events, conventions, and meetings. The location, which features both a concert hall and meeting rooms, is within walking distance of the Sheraton Hotel.
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.
88% 347 votes
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.
43% 7 votes
10705 Ridgeway Industrial Road, Olive Branch, MS 38654 MoreLess Info
A regulation ice rink catering to local hockey teams, figure skating, and curling aficionados, the Mid-South Ice House also offers regular open skating to the public. The rink offers rentals and lessons to those interested in learning as well.
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.
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.
The largest and oldest art museum in the state of Tennessee is the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art which opened to the public in 1916. There are over 9,000 significant art objects held within the permanent collection.
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.