Memphis is lively in March. The weather is slowly turning nice and this is the perfect time to plan a trip to this wonderful city.
Kid Activities in March
If you have kids on the trip, you can take them to see the Memphis Zoo. The Zoo is built on 70 acres of land and has approximately 3500 species of animals and birds. Your kids will never feel bored as there is something or the other to do here.
You can even take the kids to Dixon Gallery and Garden where your kids can enjoy the vast expanse of the flowers in the public garden and the adults the art museum. Another place your kids will like is the Parks Galore. They have a kite festival at The Greensward at Overton Park.
If you want to check out the events in March, you can visit https://wearememphis.com/play/events/ and check out the events that you might be interested in March.
Popular Events in March in Memphis
Some of the popular events that you might not want to miss out during March in Memphis include:
- Southern Women’s Show
- Cirque du CMOM
· Cognac, Cars & Cigars at the Metal Museum
· Junior League Bridal Show
· Half Pints for Half Pints
· 3rd Annual Vintage901 Festival
· CoolSculpting and Skin Type Solutions Launch Party
· Chalk Fest
· Soul Explosion at Stax Museum
· Memphis 901 FC Season Opener
· Street dog Foundation Adoption Day at Hollywood Feed
· Soulful Food Truck Festival
· Big Buffalo 50 at Shelby Farms Park
· Wine Down: Sangria Edition at Dixon Gallery and Gardens
· A Serving for Tennis
· Cherry Blossom Picnic at Memphis Botanic Garden
· Garden Party at Palladio Garden
· Memphis Women’s Summit
· Trolley Night on South Main
· Green Shoe Gala
· Barks ‘N Brews at Mingle wood Hall
All the above events are held on 1st to 31st of March. You might need to buy tickets in advance for some of the events.
Sports Events in Memphis
If you are a sports fan, then you definitely do not want to miss out on the basketball game between University of Memphis Tigers and other players. The city goes crazy during this month. Every sports bar you see will have items displayed in blue and gray. Many might even name their drinks menu relating to the University of Memphis team and Memphis Grizzlies.
St. Patrick’s’ Day is a celebration day in Memphis. You can visit Beale Street to check out the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. March is also known as the Patio Season in Memphis, so it comes as no surprise that people will visit Wiseacre spot in Memphis and enjoy a drink.
Many restaurants will also open their outdoor dining facilities wherein you can watch the spring bloom in into the city. You might need to book in well in advance if you plan to enjoy some fine dining and wining in these restaurants.
Plan your itinerary wisely so that you do not miss out on the fun filled activities of the city. This is the time where the city is almost ready to welcome spring.