If you’re planning a trip to Memphis this summer, or live within driving distance to Memphis, this free 3 month summer membership to Pink Palace Museum is a great deal. You can sign up between now and May 31 with a working email account. You must accept emails from them to get the deal.
There is no credit card required for this deal. It is completely free. If you even think you might go to Memphis, I would sign up.
You will also receive free admission to the historic homes and Lichterman Nature Center with this free summer admission.
We visited the museum over spring break and it was really nice. I highly recommend the visit. In fact I highly recommend a visit to Memphis. There are plenty of free and cheap things to do.
This free offer does not include admission to the Imax theatre, but you will get the discounted member pricing for the summer.
The planetarium is also not included, but with your free summer membership, you will get a $1 discount.
FAQ about the Pink Palace free summer membership.
Other Memphis Free or Discounted Attractions:
Memphis Zoo offers free Tuesdays from 2 pm-close for TN residents with ID. You can read more about it here.
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art offers Pay What You Can Wednesdays – presented by Target. You can read more about this offer here.
Fire Museum of Memphis offers Two for Tuesdays, where you can get two admissions for the price of one. You will pay for the higher priced admission. You can read more about it here.
The National Civil Rights Museum offers free admission to TN residents on Mondays (except on holidays) from 3 pm – 5 pm ( 6 pm from June to August) with a valid ID. You can read more about it here.
Mud Island River Park is free for general admission and Skybridge access from April – October. Be aware they are closed on Mondays! You can get to the park by a footbridge instead of the monorail, which will make this trip free. You will need to pay for parking if you cannot locate any free parking. Bring the kids swimsuits as there are sprinklers for the kids to play in. You can read more about the park here. Keep in mind the the museum is not free.
Shelby Farms Park is 4,500 acres of green space. It is one of the largest urban parks in the country. Many of the attractions are free, but there are some things that cost (ex paintball, horseback riding etc). There are trails, lakes, Buffalo, a playground and so much more. You can read more about Shelby Farms here.
Well that is all I have for you today. Just writing this article makes me ready for another trip to Memphis!
What do you like to do in Memphis? Have anything to add? Feel free to leave a comment or ask a question.
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