I have lived for two years in this city and it has its charms, but you have to look well for them. It is not a city known for its beauty, but if you feel like it and have time there are amusing things. I'd start with this giant arch which is the gateway to the West. It is almost 192 meters high that you access via a lift, not recommended for the claustrophobic. At the bottom of the arch there is a strange history museum ... San Luis has other tourist sites that I would love to share with you in future publications
This area is worth it to stroll around and photograph Saint Louis with the Kiener Plaza, the Morton D. May Amphitheatre, and especially the City Garden with sound panels on the ground, lighting, water, and sculptures and references to classic tales. It's a luxurious site. It also has a TGI Fridays for a little snack before you start strolling or Hooters for a beer and good views.
They say that this studio was born on Rock 'n Roll, and it's no wonder that this is where Elvis recorded "That's All Right", and after, his fame did nothing but grow. But it wasn´t the only style that flourished within its walls, jazz, blues, country or R & B also was popular. Artists like BB King, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash left their mark in this studio. If you want to know the place where Sun Records made magic, come here.
Less than 400 meters long, Beale Street is very important to the music world. On this street, rock n 'roll began during the late 40's and early 50's. Today it is a National Heritage Site in the United States. You can walk up and down several times and visit during both day and night. In the morning, the atmosphere is 'lighter' with more families and people interested in "where it all began," as the slogan goes. In the evening, there are more adults looking to get to know the bars a little better! The whole street is full of shops, bars and taverns with a single theme: blues and rock'n'roll. Every place is fun and inviting and your ears will leave satisfied no matter where you go. If you really want to turn up your level of experience, be sure to enter BB King's Blues Club. The souvenir shops on Beale Street tend to be more expensive than the rest of the city, but you can also get more unique things here like autographs, relics, posters, shirts, ashtrays, etc. Whatever comes to mind, they probably have it. After you find S 2nd Street (a major crossroad), keep walking and you'll find a statue of Elvis Presley worth photographing. If you walk down the street in the other direction, you'll find a small "walk of stars" which is engraved with the names of the greatest blues and rock n 'roll artists of all time. You can also see the Daisy Theatre (the old and new) and Handy Park where you can even play with a real band. To park, I recommend the Central Parking lot which is a six-story building. It is the most reliable and safe. And every Wednesday at 6:00 PM it becomes the meeting point for motorcycles across the country and it is definitely a sight to see. Beale Street is a "must" on your next visit to Memphis.
Crown Center is a covered mall, the perfect place to go in cold weather. With shops and restaurants of all types, you're sure to find something for you. Have a look at the website beforehand, and you can see all the stores listed. There are often activities, too. When I went they had a Legoland exhibition, as well as a great display of Christmas toys and small model cities in festive mode! There's always something new to find here!
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art is an art museum in Memphis, Tennessee, in the United States. The Fine Arts building, registered in the U.S. National Landmark designed by James Gamble Rogers in the year 1913, was donated by Bessie Vance Brooks in memory of her husband, Samuel Hamilton Brooks. The cylindrical extension, opened in the year 1955, was designed by architect Everett Wood, who is from Memphis.
The natural history specimens have their roots in the 1930s from the original Ira Thompson Collection. There are also newer acquisitions. There are sea fossils, the land forms recovered from the sea life and everything in between. The History Collection offers tangible proof of our social development. It includes items such as construction tools and equipment, guns, writing instruments, furniture and hats.
The John Wornall House Museum is one of the best places in Kansas City, Missouri, USA to start your sightseeing tour. It is certainly an amazing place where you'll make great memories. You can go along with your friends or family.
The University of Memphis Art Museum opened as a space to showcase contemporary art. In 1994, the gallery was renamed the University Art Museum at the University of Memphis, hosting the Institute of Egyptian Art and Permanent Archaeology Collection, part of the Faculty of communication and Fine Arts, where they hold the annual student exhibition with a jury.
The Linda Hall Library of Science is an independent public library of science, engineering and technology and it's a place that's widely used by businesses, academic institutions and individuals worldwide. It can be found in an old house of the Hall in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Tours are offered of the library every day. It is a free public library.
If you pass by the town of Kansas City, or live in it, the excellent museum \ "Kansas City Museum " is a must. You'll be impressed by its structure and of course the large collection of works. You'll have a really good time. Meet with your friends there.
The National Civil Rights Museum, was constructed around the former Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King Jr was killed. The museum's exhibits tell the story of the struggle for African American civil rights and the arrival of the first Africans in the British colonies in the year 1619. It is open for visits every day except Mondays.
The Black Archives of Mid-America can be found in Kansas City, Missouri, USA and their mission statement is to collect, preserve and make publicly available materials that document the social, economic, political and cultural life of people of African descent in the central United States. The museum provides research and special projects about black history.
A property that offers majestic views, covering the lakes and forests, with gardens and a renowned Japanese Garden of tranquility and Sensory Garden. A place to relax inviting visitors to walk through the gardens while discovering wildlife species from the region.
In the city of Kansas City, it is in the AAA guide. Not the easiest place to find, but persevere, it's worth it. The ticket price may seem a bit strong, but after seeing all the artifacts, you will feel it is worth every penny. It's a piece of life from the 1850s, a large screen of the cargo of a sunken steamboat that had been hidden under the mud when the river changed course.
The Children's Museum of Memphis is not a museum, but in regards to children's educational games, this place is full of interactive activities . They can climb a skyscraper or explore a fire truck and police motorcycle. There is also a miniature grocery store, where they can bring their own basic food carts and where they can write checks.
In Kansas City in Missouri in the United States, the Miniature Museum of Kansas City is a site that has the largest collection of nostalgic toys, fine scale miniatures and marbles in the Midwest. This specialty museum, located on UMKC campus is a few blocks south of the famous Country Club Plaza shopping centre and entertainment complex.