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Bass Pro Shop, Memphis, Tennessee





Bass Pro Shop, "Memphis Pyramid", in Tennessee. We always enjoy visiting Brass Pro Shops around the USA. They are so always so creative, all different and interesting to see what they will be sharing. We are not fisher people. we just can appreciate the business. All sorts of games to play. Shopping. Lodging. Restaurants.

In the brochure you can get at the front door this quote can be seen... "Ride the tallest freestanding elevator in America. Experience a ride to the top of the Pyramid in the 28-story glass elevator. Once you are at the top, stand on glass-floored observation decks that offer 360-degree views 300 feet above Memphis and the Mississippi River." (we didn't do this, it does cost extra doe to ride on up. but fun to see from the bottom looking up.)

A must see if you are in the Memphis,TN. area. Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy your day! Beth ( :

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
very unique!
Linda Kay said…
I love Bass Pro Shops, but this one is very unusual. Thanks for sharing!
Missy George said…
I would go there for sure..We have or had one locally..one of my favorite stores...Have a wonderful week..
William Kendall said…
Wow... that is big!
Michelle said…
This looks like a good one to visit. We have been to several in the U.S.!
Sandi said…
:) trying to imagine what the planning meeting for this place sounded like. "You know where we need to put all this fishing equipment? In a big shiny pyramid." "I think you're right, Bob."
Bev said…
Looks Great!!!...We had a Bass Pro close to where we use to live in Alberta....I always loved to browse there too!
Ruth Hiebert said…
That does look like an interesting place even for a none fisher like me.
Wow, what an amazing place!
Sharon said…
Wow, that place is huge. I've never been in one, but I pass one in Harrisburg, PA on the way to my sister's. Maybe I'll stop in.
Tanya Breese said…
That's a cool looking one! Have you been to the one in Springfield, Mo yet? It's the "granddaddy" of all Bass Pros! We used to live there and would take everyone who came to visit us!
Debbie said…
such a colorful spot, i like all the lights and i love the truck!!!
Maggid said…
WOW!!! The outside looks like some kind of temple - (for fishing and ducks) - and, inside maybe a street fair - definitely a major attraction.
Linda said…
Wow! I am surprised that it is so tall!

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