A lively, artsy neighborhood in the heart of downtown Memphis, the South Main Historic Arts District is home to some of the most important cultural attractions in Memphis. The National Civil Rights Museum, the Orpheum Theater, and historic Central Station are all in the area. Hip restaurants and boutiques as well as cutting-edge art galleries complete the scene, making South Main an attractive place to locals and visitors alike.
Here are a few highlights:
The Arcade Restaurant: An historic diner serving downtown since 1919, The Arcade is Memphis' oldest restaurant.
Ernestine & Hazel's: Enjoy a "Soul Burger" and some live Memphis music at one of the city's favorite dives.
WEVL 89.9 FM: Drop by the studio of the Mid-South's only listener-supported, independent, volunteer radio station. Tune in at 89.9 FM or stream live from wevl.org
Trolley Nights: Take the trolley for a free ride to the shops, restaurants and galleries in the area - 6 pm to 9 pm the last Friday of every month all year, come rain or shine. Otherwise, the fare is $1 or $3.50 for a daily pass.