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    Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis-Beale Street

    Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis-Beale Street 3-star hotel

    Downtown Memphis, Memphis (0.5 miles from National Civil Rights Museum Lorraine Motel)

    9.0 Wonderful 468 reviews
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    Stay Alfred at Chisca on Main Street

    Stay Alfred at Chisca on Main Street

    Downtown Memphis, Memphis (0.2 miles from National Civil Rights Museum Lorraine Motel)

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    The Westin Memphis Beale Street

    The Westin Memphis Beale Street 4-star hotel

    Downtown Memphis, Memphis (0.4 miles from National Civil Rights Museum Lorraine Motel)

    8.8 Excellent 298 reviews
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    Peabody Memphis

    Peabody Memphis 4-star hotel

    Downtown Memphis, Memphis (0.6 miles from National Civil Rights Museum Lorraine Motel)

    8.9 Excellent 443 reviews
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    Residence Inn Memphis Downtown

    Residence Inn Memphis Downtown 3-star hotel

    Downtown Memphis, Memphis (0.7 miles from National Civil Rights Museum Lorraine Motel)

    9.0 Wonderful 46 reviews
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National Civil Rights Museum
The National Civil Rights Museum is a powerful experience. Housed in the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, the exhibits trace the history of the civil rights movement from the 17th century to the present. You’ll need at least three hours to see everything, with interactive displays and videos covering the arrival of the slave ships, to the freedom rides of the 1960s.