The only independent gift shop in the Memphis area that has no affiliation with Elvis Presley Enterprises, Boulevard Souvenirs opened in April 2000, and it sits just 400 feet (121.9 meters) north of Graceland on Elvis Presley Boulevard. The store sells a variety of early Rock ‘n’ Roll and Memphis collectibles, as well as Elvis memorabilia.
Along Beale Street is the unique souvenir shop Strange Cargo, established in 1989. The store sells magnets, figurines, T-shirts, and even baby bodysuits. The store’s owners want to give Memphis tourists laughter, joy, and fun souvenirs to take home, thus, marketing the shop as a funky place to find collectibles and other items.
Strange Cargo, 172 Beale St, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901 525 1516
Just a few steps from the gates of Graceland is Memphis Outlet, the only store licensed by Elvis Presley Enterprises for over 20 years to offer closeout products at reduced prices. The products at Memphis Outlet are limited in quantity and are available on a first come, first served basis. Every item sold at the store comes directly from Elvis Presley Enterprises, or the company has approved it for sale.
The world-famous Beale Street Gift Shop sells a variety of Memphis gear, Elvis collectibles, novelty items, and clothing. Additionally, the shop carries snacks, ice cream, and drinks. Many products for sale are also available online via the store’s website.
Beale Street Gift Shop, 200 Beale St # A, Memphis, TN, USA, +1 901 526 6829
With a variety of gifts and clothing items, Lansky Bros. has two stores in Memphis. One sits in the lobby of the Peabody Hotel, and the other is on Beale Street. The shop sells men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, along with Peabody Hotel merchandise.