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We do not reside in Memphis nor do we visit frequently, but we felt fortunate to have found Martyr’s Park on a morning walk. But I have to inquire, how many nearby residents of the city are actually aware of the park and the purpose...More
The Riverfront Pedestrian Path connects Tom Lee Park to Martyrs Park, which sits high on the Chickasaw Bluff. Views of both bridges & the Mississippi River make this a popular spot for Photographers, as well as those seeking a peaceful spot to chill or watch...More
This is the southern end of Memphis city near the old bridges and the UU Church of the River. The bridges themselves have a history. There is plenty of parking and it is a great view of the bridges and river and has some beautiful...More
Gets flooded out every year, which may be a good thing considering its history. Folks, this was once a leper colony...I kid you not...where those infected were sent to literally rot and die. But like anything else in Tennessee as a whole, the more horrific...More
"Martyrs Park" is very close to the "Tom Lee Park", "Mud Island" River Park - "Mississippi River Museum" The museum on Mud Island presents the history of the lower Mississippi river valley, with great emphasis on the steamboat, complete with a full-scale replica steamboat. An...More
This is one of the parks along the Mississippi river in Memphis. It's not as well know or visited as Tom Lee, but offers great views of the river and plenty of space to picnic, stroll and relax. Do close at dusk.
There is a...More