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Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is served by 4 international and 2 domestic airports. These are Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, and Long Beach Airport. Los Angeles International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Los Angeles. Situated in Los Angeles, California, it is the busiest & largest airport in the entire State. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations including Dublin, Moscow, Papeete, Paris, Auckland, Guadalajara, Rome, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Newark, and more. For hassle free connectivity, various ground transportation services like car rentals, scheduled buses, shared ride vans, taxis, and metro rail are available at all airports of the city.

Explore Memphis

The city of Memphis is situated along the Mississippi River in the State of Tennessee, U.S.A. The city is the economical & cultural center of the western Tennessee. The city is the home of the blues and birthplace of rock-n- roll. is known for its rich history, especially its connection with slavery and the Civil Rights movement. The Beale Street, Sun Studios, Graceland estate, Rock & Soul Museum, STAX Museum of American Soul, Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum, National Civil Rights Museum, and Pink Palace Museum are amongst the numerous attractions of the city. If you are visiting here with kids & family head to the Memphis Zoo or watch the famous march of the Peabody Ducks.

Things to Do in Memphis

Graceland

Graceland, the former estate of music legend Elvis Presley, has become the ultimate pilgrimage for fans of the King of Rock n' Roll. Elvis purchased the 14-acre property in 1957, and today tourists come to see his former home; admire memorabilia; and visit his tomb, which sits in the Meditation Garden. Tours of the mansion include nearly the entire house, from the elegant foyer and living room where he entertained numerous celebrities to the famous Jungle Room, complete with shag carpets and Polynesian decor. The Trophy Building, designed to tell the story of Elvis’s personal life, contains memorabilia like Priscilla’s wedding dress, numerous flashy suits once worn by the singer on stage, jewelry, awards, and more.

Beale Street Entertainment District

A stroll down Beale Street, nicknamed “home of the blues” is one of the first things to do in Memphis. Here, you will find iconic attractions, like the Memphis Rock & Soul Museum and WC Handy’s House, now a museum where the “Father of the Blues” composed Memphis Blues and St. Louis Blues. It is also home to the famous A. Schwab dry goods store, founded in 1876 with the motto, “If you can’t find it at A. Schwab, you don’t need it!” This central area is also home to many other tourist attractions, some of them music-related, such as the Memphis Music Hall of Fame, with its exhibits of local music legends, instruments, memorabilia, and rare recordings. You can also pick up the Memphis Suspension Railway to Mud Island and Mississippi River Park from here.

Memphis Rock & Soul Museum

The Memphis Rock & Soul Museum was created by the Smithsonian to highlight musical pioneers from the 1930s through to the 1970s. There are seven fun galleries to explore, each with a digital audio tour including 100 songs. Other exhibits include costumes, more than 30 instruments, and other music- related items. Featured galleries deal with the early years of music in Memphis, Sun Records, soul music, rural music, and culture, as well as disco. Another Memphis music attraction is the famous Gibson Guitar Factory, which offers a fascinating look at the making of these fine instruments.

Best Time to Fly to Memphis

The best times to visit Memphis are April and May or October and November. These short seasons are brief reliefs from the uncomfortable (and long) summer and winter seasons. However, the summer remains a peak tourism season because of school vacations.