Things To Do In Memphis

Up to 54% Off Segway Tours

Memphis Segway Adventures

South Main Historic District

$75 $39

Learn to maneuver a Segway, then visit scenic and historic spots such as blues clubs, Sun Studio, and Vance Park

Up to 58% Off Historical Sunset Walking Tours

Memphis Walking Tours

WC Handy Park

$58 $29

Sunset tours stroll Downtown from Beale Street to Main Street as guides explain the historical significance of the picturesque sites

UniverSoul Circus – Up to 44% Off

UniverSoul Circus

Hickory Ridge Mall

$32.94 $18.50


Worldly cast dazzles audiences with aerial performances, exotic animals, and hip-hop dance set to pulsating music ranging from soul to Latin

Up to 64% Off an Introduction to Mosaic Art Class

Kristi Duckworth - Garden Path Studio


$125 $49

Students learn to cut and arrange colorful materials to create a mosaic picture frame or candleholder

Up to 50% Off BYOB Painting Class

Heart For Art Studio

On Location

$40 $24

Professional artist teaches students to create finished paintings with included supplies as they sip beverages brought from home

50% off a BYOB Painting Class

Pinot's Palette


$70 $35

Friends enjoy a night out with wine while painting a picture that may feature a peacock, flowers, or Van Gogh's Starry Night

Up to 62% Off Group Fitness Classes at Envision Memphis

Envision Memphis

Downtown Medical Center

$50 $19

Students torch calories and build strength and muscle tone in yoga, boot-camp, Insanity, or kickboxing classes

Up to 63% Off a BYOB Painting Night for Up to 15

QB Home Paint & Sip Studio

Downtown Medical Center

$45 $23

Featured artists guide groups through the step-by-step re-creation of a painting while participants sip a favorite beverage

94% Off MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

48% Off Girls Basketball Training

Patosha Jeffery Basketball


$25 $13

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 69% Off Classes at Bikram Yoga Memphis

Bikram Yoga Memphis

Multiple Locations

$100 $39

Students cycle through Bikram’s 26 poses in a 90-minute, superheated yoga session designed to cleanse, stretch, and strengthen the body

Up to 53% Off Bellydance Classes

Memphis Raqs

Studio 708

$80 $39

Bellydance instructors teach hypnotizing hip and stomach isolations, then help students to master basic dance-routine choreography

Up to 63% Off Ballroom Dance Lessons or Zumba

Cat's Ballroom


$60 $29

Rub elbows with other budding dancers during highly social group ballroom lessons; blast calories during upbeat Zumba classes

Up to 72% Off at Paula's Yoga

Paula's Yoga


$80 $25

Students focus on form and breathing in one-hour Viniyoga classes held at Mullins United Methodist Church

70% Off Dance Classes at Blue Suede Ballroom

Blue Suede Ballroom


$50 $15

Dance instructors guide students through Latin and ballroom steps such as salsa, swing, tango, and many other dances

Up to 51% Off Try Scuba Experience at The Dive Shop of Memphis

The Dive Shop


$100 $49


Instructors cover role and usage of equipment, as well as diving tips, before jumping into a heated pool and putting new knowledge to use

Dixon Gallery and Gardens—Up to 50% Off One-Year Membership

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

$20 $11


17 acres of lush English gardens surround 2,000-piece museum collection of Impressionist paintings & rotating exhibits

The Cotton Museum – Up to 76% Off Museum Visit

The Cotton Museum

Downtown Medical Center

$20 $8


Museum showcases the cotton industry's past and future through interactive exhibits, documentary films, and oral histories

59% Off Boot Camp at Finally Fit - Memphis

Finally Fit - Memphis

Handy Park

$120 $49

Trainer with 10 years of experience helps clients get healthy and reach their fitness goals during high-energy boot camps

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Benefitting the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Memphis, Mardi Gras Memphis 2012 conjures a Cajun-themed evening of masquerading, and celebratory champagne toasts. Cocktails commence at 7 p.m. as guests sample wine and don masks, beads, and non-serpentine boas. A traditional brass band bursts in with a grand entrance at 7:45 as revelers regale appetites with hors d'oeuvres of traditional king cake, seafood, veggies, and pasta dishes. Glasses clink and libations flow all night from a cash bar as a live band and DJ stir partygoers into a high-stepping frenzy.

125 North Front Street

Professional photo studio, 2nd generation. We now sell "haljaffenameart" nationwide. The NEW, DELUXE nameart is 12x36inches, may use sepia, b/w or NEW color letters. Each piece is framed, matted and ready to hang when delivered. Choice of black or white mat. Absolutely fantastic!!!

4902 Poplar Avenue

PlayDate Memphis engages adults in hours of merriment as they socialize, play games, listen to music, and sip cocktails. Hone aggressive capitalist tendencies with a high-stakes game of Monopoly, or show off chess skills by overthrowing your own king in a sudden coup d'état. Classic board games such as Scrabble highlight creative spelling abilities, and full-contact games of Twister, musical chairs, and Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots allow players to closely mingle with old and new friends. Play your way across the cavernous ballroom as you sip cocktails, munch bar snacks, and sneak piggyback rides on distracted Simon Says participants. Past events have included thrilling activities such as test-drives, vehicle giveaways, and Michael Jackson: The Experience on Wii.

185 Union Avenue

Pyrate Fest 2010 will serve as the ultimate celebration of the 14th annual Talk Like a Pirate Day, a cherished American tradition. Sunday’s schedule includes rousing sea shanties with Pepe the Pyrate, a black-powder cannon demonstration with Sir Smitty, Celtic fiddle performances, and hearty bouts of peg-leg shuffling. Bring out your black beards, blue beards, and sequined bandanas for the Pyrate Parade, followed by costume competitions for children and adults, a tête-à-tête pirate-lingo-slinging contest, and a pelvis-shaking, plank-walking pirate Elvis impersonator challenge.

374 Metal Museum Drive

In its 15th year, The Christmas Cottage of Memphis lassos local merchants with twinkle lights for a three-day festival of holiday shopping, food, and entertainment, with a portion of proceeds benefiting Le Bonheur Club. Booths bursting with quality items such as women's fashion, accessories, and jewelry, as well as children's toys and home décor, defeat gift lists that are lengthier than Santa’s breaking-and-entering rap sheet. This year's merchants include Pink Coconut Boutique, Cross Your Heart and Hope Designs, and Best Soles of Memphis. Saturday morning, parents drop kids off for a morning of coloring, story time from Usborne Books, playtime with Discovery Toys, bouncing on inflatables, and hunting for Easter eggs in Santa's beard. The children's area is open all weekend with admission starting at an additional $5. Other special events include a Friday-evening fashion show, and the Saturday-evening Champagne Diamond Drop, in which one of 250 servings of champagne will be handed to a guest with a real diamond awaiting at the bottom of the glass.

7777 Walnut Grove Road

Outdoors Inc. is a one-stop shop for outdoor gear and apparel. With a vast stock of goods from brands such as Patagonia, The North Face, Mountain Hardwear, Arc'teryx, and more, there's no shortage of trustworthy items to layer atop your torso, snuggle inside of, or grapple with over a sheer cliff's face. Socks from Smart Wool (up to $20) protect the other end of the human form in a variety of sweat-wicking, cozy options. Customers can pack a peck of pickled peppers in a purse from Kavu ($40 and under) or slip safely into a pair of women's classic argyle Uggs ($140). Find all sorts of accoutrements, from Wilderness Systems Tarpon kayaks ($749), Arbor Slater Koa skateboards ($179.95), and North Face venture jackets ($99) to Vibram FiveFingers Bikila shoes ($100) and perennially fashionable headlamps ($50) in time for your annual hiking trip into the Pacific Ocean with the nature-ready goods at Outdoors Inc.

5245 Poplar Ave