Stay with us and experience the attractions of Mississippi tourism. The Holiday Inn Southaven hotel is located conveniently near the many fun things to do in Mississippi. We are also located minutes from Memphis, TN and all the exciting things to do and see there will add to the value of your wonderful stay here in Southaven, Mississippi.
Less than a mile from the hotel, the Southaven Towne Center Mall has a lot to offer. If shopping is one of the things you want to do in Mississippi, then this is the perfect place for you. There are more than 45 stores at the mall offering many monthly specials.
Snowden Grove Park in Southaven, MS is a renowned baseball complex for youth. Hosting World Series and National events in baseball and slow pitch softball, the park has received numerous awards. The most recent addition to the facility is the Field of Dreams, a complex designed for handicapped and mentally challenged players.
The Landers Center, formerly the DeSoto Civic Center, is an 8,400-seat multi-purpose arena in Southaven, Mississippi built in 2000. It is home to the Mississippi RiverKings of the Southern Professional Hockey League. It also is used as a concert venue, boxing arena, and for ice shows and circuses. Since 2009, the Mid-South Fair has been held at the Landers Center.
Located in nearby Horn Lake, MS, Latimer Lakes Park is just five miles from the Holiday Inn Southaven - Central. This 120 acre park has three lakes as well as baseball and football fields, lighted tennis courts, an outdoor skating park and a playground.
Graceland is at the top of the list of things to do Memphis, TN! This popular attraction showcases everything Elvis Presley including his former home which is now a world-famous museum dedicated to sharing his private life with his many fans. Graceland also offers exhibits, tours and more as you enter the world of Elvis.
Memphis International Airport is only about 6 miles away.
While you are in Memphis, you should head downtown to experience Beale Street. This world-renowned music Mecca has been called the birthplace of Rock and Roll and the home of the Blues. The sounds that come from this street have a continued influence on music worldwide.
AutoZone Park is a Minor League Baseball stadium located in downtown Memphis and is home to the Memphis Redbirds of the Pacific Coast League. The Redbirds are the AAA affiliate of Major League Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals.
FedExForum is an arena located in downtown Memphis and is the home of the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA and the NCAA Division I men's basketball program of the University of Memphis.
The National Civil Rights Museum was constructed on the site of the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot on April 4, 1968. His wife, also named Lorraine, died of a brain hemorrhage several hours after the shooting, and the owners set up a few of the rooms as a shrine to these civil rights heroes. The museum is now home to many exhibits dedicated to exploring their legacy.
Only ten miles from the Holiday Inn Southaven - Central you can discover the Children’s Museum. This museum provides a family friendly activity in Memphis and includes interactive educational exhibits and programs that the whole family will appreciate.
If you have never visited the classic Piggly Wiggly grocery store, or if you are a frequent customer, you will enjoy the chance to explore a replica of the original and first full-service grocery store in the country. The Pink Palace Museum takes you through the history of the Mid-South. Learn about Memphis when the Spanish explorers first came and follow the yellow-fever epidemics.
Experience all the excitement of Southland Greyhound Park just 15 miles from the Holiday Inn Southaven - Central hotel. Enjoy a variety of gaming including video poker, blackjack and reel games as well as live greyhound racing.
If you have ever dreamed of cruising the Mississippi in a riverboat, then now is the time to experience it! Choose from sightseeing, dinner cruises, holiday cruises and private charters offered by Memphis Riverboats. Find out why Mark Twain had such a fascination with life on the Mississippi and discover the river’s fascinating history.