MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Some businesses remain closed because of COVID-19.
One of the most iconic streets in the country, Beale Street, will be open Memorial Day weekend.
But not in the way people might be used to.
The street known for its live blues music that attracts millions of visitors will look much different.
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Shops and restaurants will be open but live entertainment is not allowed.
The National Civil Rights Museum attracts about 385,000 people a year.
But it will remain closed.
The Chief Marketing Officer told FOX13 in early May that the staff was evaluating what reopening would like.
If you’re looking to go to the Memphis Zoo. you’re in luck.
Families may purchase tickets to visit the zoo.
There will be signs up reminding families that masks must be worn.
Memphis business leaders hoped to attract tourists to hotels who can travel by car.
The Peabody Hotel is open.
The ducks at the hotel are still doing their daily marches from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with restrictions.
To encourage social distancing, the duck march history presentation was suspended.
Graceland is open too.
To keep you safe, signage was placed throughout the property to create awareness of proper physical distancing.
The tour capacity has been reduced to 25 percent at the mansion.
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