Top 10 Elvis Presley-related attractions and days out in Memphis
Kerry Crawford, "Top 10 Elvis Presley-Related Attractions and Days Out in Memphis," The Guardian (16 August 2013). Elvis fans will be in their element in Memphis. From a tour of Sun Studio to a graveside vigil, from eating at his booth in the Arcade restaurant to staying at the apartment he grew up in … it's all hail the King in this city.
Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel
One of the most popular hotels in Memphis, Tennessee, Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel is a fashionable boutique hotel that takes its cues from the legendary hospitality and personal style for which the King of Rock 'n' Roll was known.
† ♪♫♪♪ Elvis Aaron Presley - Tuesday, January 08, 1935 - Tupelo, Mississippi, U.S. Died; Tuesday, August 16, 1977 (aged 42) Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. Resting place Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. Education. L.C. Humes High School Occupation Singer, actor Home town Memphis, Tennessee, USA. - Priscilla Ann Wagner - Thursday, May 24, 1945 - Tupelo, Mississipi, USA. (m. 1967; div. 1973) Children Lisa Marie Presley - Thursday, February 01, 1968 - Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
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When you come to Memphis, get ready to go with the flow. It's a city of music and food, history and heritage, all of it moving to the rhythm of the mighty Mississippi River. Get a taste of Memphis music and nightlife in the Beale Street Historic District, or walk in Elvis's shoes in the famous Sun Studio. The history is rich, and the streets are alive in Memphis! MORE INFO »
The Arcade is the oldest restaurant in Memphis. Their sweet potato pancakes alone have put them on the map – that and the Elvis booth. The Arcade (opened in 1919) is a third-generation family-owned restaurant in the South Main Arts District on the trolley line. They serve generous portions of southern-style breakfast including country fried steak with eggs, breakfast casserole, and biscuits and gravy. #memphis