Beale Street Historic District
This district is about two miles long and is historic for its impact on the blues. Many blues musicians—and those from the late 19th century—called Beale Street their home. Later, during the 1920s—1940s, monumental bluesmen such as Muddy Waters, B.B. King, and Louis Armstrong all played on Beale Street. Now, the area hosts bars, restaurants, and shops dedicated to preserving the district’s history. You can take a walking tour of the area, and while there, make sure to take a picture with the Elvis statue.