Family Attractions in Memphis

Family Attractions in MemphisMemphis has plenty of fun for the whole family. Bring the young and the young at heart out to play in M-town. Head outdoors for some family fun or goof around indoors. Whether you are looking for some educational fun or family bonding time, check out some of these top family attractions.

Golf and Games Family Entertainment Center
Head to Golf and Games Family Entertainment Center for 40 acres of attractions and fun! Little ones will love Funland's rides, and older children and adults will have a blast playing laser tag. Golf and Games has it all: putt-putt, go-karts, bumper boats, batting cages, ropes course and an arcade. There is even a virtual rollercoaster.

Address: 5484 Summer Avenue, Memphis, TN 38134 - MAP
Phone: (901) 386-2992
Web: www.golfandgamesmemphis.com

Peabody Hotel
Watch the famous Peabody Ducks at the Peabody Hotel. For over 75 years, five ducks have graced the hotel lobby's marble fountain with their presence. The Peabody Ducks march alongside the Duckmaster twice daily. When not marching or lounging in the fountain, the ducks reside in the rooftop's Duck Palace. These ducks are definitely an attraction that is unique to the city of Memphis.

Address: 149 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103 - MAP
Phone: (901) 529-4000
Web: www.peabodymemphis.com

Children’s Museum
Little ones will adore the Children's Museum. Entertain young children for hours with 24 permanent exhibits and attractions that range from art to transportation. Children can climb "skyscrapers," generate tornados, observe the (literal) birds and bees in natural habitats and much, much more. Special events and programs are held regularly.

Address: 2525 Central Avenue, Memphis, TN 38104 - MAP
Phone: (901) 320-3166
Web: www.cmom.com

Memphis Botanic Garden
Children and parents alike will delight in My Big Backyard Children's Garden located in the Memphis Botanic Garden. The huge playground incorporates its structure into nature, stringing up rope bridges between trees and sculpting plants into shapes children can play on. Cool off during the summer months with the new water features, such as the artificial thunderstorm. This attraction has all of the necessary components for some fun in the sun.

Address: 750 Cherry Road, Memphis, TN 38117 - MAP
Phone: (901) 576-4100
Web: www.memphisbotanicgarden.com

Memphis Zoo
Bring your wild things to see the animals at the Memphis Zoo. The zoo is home to a number of big cats, primates and other African plains mammals, as well as a variety of reptiles, farm animals and exotic creatures from all over the globe. Take the family to an animal attraction or show, such as the Sea Lions or Animals of the Night, or feed the birds at the Birds & Bees house.

Address: 2000 Prentiss Place, Memphis, TN 38112 - MAP
Phone: (901) 333-6500
Web: www.memphiszoo.org

Fire Museum
Educate all members of your family about fire safety and how to survive a fire at the Fire Museum of Memphis. Besides learning these techniques, you can also explore the turn-of-the-century firehouse and learn about the history of the Memphis fire department. Climb on a fire truck, slide down the fire pole and try on firefighter gear.

Address: 118 Adams Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103 - MAP
Phone: (901) 320-5650
Web: www.firemuseum.com

Pink Palace Museum
Learn about the cultural and natural history of the Mid-South at the Pink Palace Museum. See the dinosaur exhibit or look at the artifacts from Native Americans and Spanish explorers. Explore the outer limits at the planetarium or watch the newest documentary on the IMAX screen. The museum is jam-packed with attractions that you and the kids won't want to miss.

Address: 3050 Central Avenue, Memphis, TN 38111 - MAP
Phone: (901) 320-6362
Web: www.memphismuseums.org