May 06, 2013
Hop On. Tune In. Rock Out. Get on the bus and take in Memphis’ unique and vibrant culture. From the Jungle Room at Graceland to jungle cats at the Zoo, soulful bass lines at STAX to base line drives at AutoZone Park, the Memphis Hop introduces you to the best in Memphis cultural attractions.
The new Memphis Hop bus service provides tourists with quick and easy transportation to the best of the city’s cultural attractions, including some of Memphis’ premier arts and entertainment destinations.
“The Memphis Hop is an affordable and convenient way for riders to visit the attractions that help give Memphis its authentic, vibrant and totally unique character,” said Susan Schadt, president and CEO of ArtsMemphis. “The well-mapped route gives tourists and residents easy access to arts and entertainment in neighborhoods across the city.”
Memphis Hop operates Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., with hourly stops at Graceland, STAX Museum of American Soul Music, Children’s Museum of Memphis, Pink Palace Museum, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis Zoo, Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum/Beale Street, AutoZone Park/Peabody Hotel, National Civil Rights Museum/Blues Foundation and the Metal Museum. Each attraction offers discount admission prices or special giveaways for Memphis Hop riders.
One-day tickets to ride Memphis Hop will cost $20 for adults, $15 for children ages 12-17. The bus service is free for children under 12. Riders may purchase tickets on the Memphis Hop bus, at the Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, AutoZone Park box office, Graceland, the Memphis Zoo, or at MemphisHop.com.