Tom Lee Park is the site of many Memphis in May events including the sunset symphony. You can't get any closer to the river than this.
This park has absolutely awesome sunsets. Free parking or take the trolley, walk or bike. The city should be ashamed of the bathroom building (ugly) and the fact that it is locked. I only remember one drinking fountain. You can wander from Tom Lee south to Martyrs Park (pass the big apartment buildings) and north to Ashburn-Coppock & the visitors... More
Tom Lee park is one of Memphis great parks. Overlooking the Mississippi river, it's a medium size park that's great for walks, bike riding,kite flying, having a picnic or enjoying the river. The park is enjoyed by locals equally as tourist. Parking is free. The park is named after Tom Lee who rescued 32 people from the Norman when it... More
There is nothing much to this park other than a pleasant walk along the Mississippi where you can enjoy nice sunsets across the mighty river. Free car parking is available & the Riverfront Trolley takes you to the park.
Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis in May International Barbeque Contest, and the Sunset Symphony. Right on the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis. New statue of hero Tom Lee looks great.
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