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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Memphis International Airport (MEM), just under 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 20km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Memphis are Dollar, Alamo, Thrifty, Avis and Hertz.
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Warmest month: July (29°C)
Coldest month: January (6°C)
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Hire a car in Memphis
A city of remarkable legacy, Memphis is not just a destination, it’s a worshipped pilgrimage site.
Birthplace of the blues and home of Elvis Presley’s iconic Graceland mansion, people flock to the city to feel its creative energy first hand. The city is also a key location of the Civil Rights movement and dedicates an impressive museum to the cause. Music and history aside, the smell of Memphis’ saucy barbeque scene is enough to draw in anyone.
Set on the Mississippi River, on the state border of Arkansas and Mississippi, the city is a jump off point in to America’s south. Find Tennessee’s country soul as you drive along its scenic roads to Nashville. But first, start your journey by searching for your car hire with easyCar.
Sights to see
Memphis is an exciting city perched on the banks of the Mississippi River in Tennessee. Thousands of Elvis Presley fans make the trek to Memphis every year to visit Graceland, Presley's lovingly preserved estate. The city's vitality and range of attractions make it a fantastic place for a short visit or even a longer stay.
Things to do in Memphis
The legendary birthplace of the blues, Memphis is a city that sings with life and energy. From the early days when WC Handy completed the first published blues tune, through to the Elvis era (Sun Studios on Union Avenue is the place where Elvis made his first recording) Memphis has always been a place linked with defining moments in musical history. Down at the famous Beale Street you can still visit some throbbing live music bars. Memphis also has another, more sobering claim to fame. Martin Luther King was shot in Memphis in 1968 in the Lorraine Motel. The motel has now been converted into the fascinating National Civil Rights Museum, which celebrates King's life and offers exhibits and information about the history of the civil rights movement of the sixties.
Memphis: Discover more
Of course, if you're visiting Memphis it's hard not to be drawn by the magnetic pull of the ultimate pop-culture shrine, Graceland. Rent a car in Memphis and you can easily reach Elvis Presley's famous estate and enjoy a multimedia extravaganza. It's hard not to be amazed by the sheer scale of the place and the lengths to which Presley's family have gone to preserve it for the benefit of fans and tourists.