62nd Annual Liberty Bowl Guide: Things To Do In Memphis
Are you an Army or West Virginia fan in Memphis for the 62nd Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl? This post has you covered for info about the game. Consider it a cheat sheet for making the most of your long weekend in our fair city.
The 62nd Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl game between West Virginia Mountaineers and the Army Black Knights is on Thursday, December 31, 2020 at 3 p.m. CST at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium in Memphis.
There is parking near the stadium, you can use ride-sharing apps like Uber or Lyft, or call a cab at 901-577-7777 to make your way to the Liberty Bowl. Most lodging options are 10-20 minutes from the Stadium on a regular day.
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As for lodging, there are lots of hotels in downtown Memphis and East Memphis. Downtown hotels will be within walking distance (or a short trolley ride) from things to do and about five miles to the Stadium.
Prepare for crowds and traffic – Beale Street attracts tens of thousands of people for New Year’s Eve. If you stay in East Memphis, you’ll need transportation to get to nearby things to do and will be about seven to ten miles from the Stadium.
Things To Do In Memphis
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1. Get A Dose Of Memphis Music History at Graceland, Sun Studio, or the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. As of 12/30, all three are open for limited capacity with safety protocols and may require advanced reservations.
3. Do the Tourist Things. Stop by Beale Street Landing, Tom Lee Park, Big River Crossing, and see the Mighty Lights at night. Ride Explore Bike Share bike, or take a picture at an I Love Memphis mural. Check out the full list of murals here. All of these ideas are outdoors!
4. Attractions and Tours. Check out the “What’s Open” list for Memphis attractions and tours—some may be temporarily closed due to COVID health directives. The Crosstown Concourse, Shelby Farms Park, the Dixon Gallery & Gardens are all open with guidelines.
You have lots of great options for tours of Memphis: check out the list here.
5. Wild Card. This one depends on your interests! Ride the elevator at the Bass Pro Pyramid, hear live music at our many venues, drink local beer and spirits, take the kids to the Children’s Museum or Pink Palace. Then, check out this guide to theater, dance, opera, and more performing arts.
Hope you have a blast!