The Nashville Movers Present The Museums of Memphis, TNMemphis, Tennessee has a ton of museums, one for every taste. From those who love the arts to those who love their celebrities, to those who love science and even politics, there is definitely a museum for everyone. All My Sons of Nashville will help you get familiar with some of them, so continue reading below.
Graceland: This museum, of course, is the former home of the King of Rock n’ Roll Elvis Presley. More than 600,000 people visit this place every year to get a glimpse of their idols life. If you visit this mansion (14-acre estate to be exact), expect to see plenty of memorabilia, photos, stage costumes, trophies, gold record, a drive-in theater, Elvis’ famous pink Cadillac and the rest of his cars, his motorcycle collection, his limos, private planes and much more.
The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art: This place is the oldest and largest fine art museum in Tennessee. It boasts a permanent collection of Italian Renaissance and Baroque paintings as well as French Impressionists and 20th century artists. It also features 19th and 20th century sculpture and decorative arts including period furniture and textiles. If you’re into the arts, this museum will really impress you with permanent collections as well as ever-changing ones.
The Pink Palace Family of Museums: The City of Memphis and Memphis Museums operate a few different museums including a wide-ranging collection of historic, educational and technological attractions. They consists of a museum, an IMAX theater, a planetarium, a nature center, a science center, the Mallory-Neely House and the Magevney House. Explore and discover all of them and you’ll be able to see exciting historical exhibits and fossils, explore the stars and the universe, see a host of animals in their own habitat, visit a three-story Italianate mansion with 25 rooms, all this and so much more.
The Stax Museum: This museum pays tribute to all the artists who recorded there in the past. It features over 2,000 interactive exhibits, films, artifacts, memorabilia, and galleries. It also highlights other soul music pioneers including Motown and Atlantic Records. You’ll get to see the works of Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, The Jackson Five, Al Green and many more celebrities. If music interests you, this museum is for you.
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