7 Best Memphis Instagram

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Memphis

Seeking out some Memphis Instagram inspo? We’ve got you covered.

The home of the blues is also home to one of the tallest pyramids in the world. From Elvis’ pink Caddilac to the iconic Beale Street and beyond, here’s what to check off your Instagram bucket list the next time you’re in Memphis.

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1. The Beale Street Historic District

Beale Street is rife with IG fodder, including a large bronze statue of the King of Rock n’ Roll and a “With Love From Memphis” banner on the side of Wet Willie’s bar.


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2. The Peabody

The only time duck face might be appropriate is when you’re capturing The Peabody Duck March. The famous mallards visit The Peabody Hotel’s ornate lobby fountain twice a day, at 11am and 5pm.


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3. Graceland

Instagram-worthy: Elvis Presley’s super-‘70s black-and-yellow TV Room, the Pool Room lined with pleated fabric from top-to-bottom, the green Jungle Room, and King’s pastel pink 1955 Cadillac.


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4. Memphis Bass Pro Pyramid

Ride America’s tallest free-standing elevator to the top of the pyramid for 360-views of Memphis and the Mississippi River. There’s also an ocean-themed bowling alley, a swamp (complete with alligators), an aquarium, and 100-foot cypress trees for your Instagramming pleasure.


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5. Crystal Shrine Grotto

What’s stranger than a pyramid downtown? A grotto in a cemetery.


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6. Murals

There are a ton of cool Memphis murals, but the Upstanders Mural near the Civil Rights Museum in the South Main Arts District is a must-gram.


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7. Memphis Sign

This block-letter sign now on display on Mud Island was designed to lure social media influencers to downtown Memphis. Will you take the bait?


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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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