I-40 Welcome Center Memphis/Shelby County

Address: I-40, Mile Marker 0.30; 119 North Riverside Drive, Memphis, TN 38103 Contact Email: Lee.Southard@TN.gov Phone: (901) 543-6757 Fax: (901) 543-6324


This center offers unique and beautiful views of both the Mississippi River and Mud Island River Park.

  • Open 7:00 am Until 11:00 pm, 7 Days a Week
  • FREE Hotel/Motel/Campground/Attraction RESERVATIONS Made On Site
  • FREE Tennessee Vacation Guide & Map, STATEWIDE Brochures & Coupons Available
  • Welcome Center Assistant(s) on Duty from 7 am until 7 pm Daily for Information & Directions
  • Civil War Exhibit
  • Security On Site
  • Central Time Zone
  • Weather Monitor in the Lobby
  • Recycle Receptacles Available
  • Double-sided Mens & Womens Rest Rooms
  • Baby Changing Stations in the Mens & Womens Rest Rooms
  • Two ADA Accessible Stalls in the Womens Rest Room
  • One ADA Accessible Stall in the Mens Rest Room
  • Pet Walking Area
  • Vending machines for Drinks & Snacks
  • Picnic Tables:  5 Covered, 4 Un-Covered, and Two ADA Accessible - One Covered, One Un-covered
  • 59 Car Parking Spaces & Three ADA Accessible Parking Spaces
  • 3 Motorcoach/Bus/RV/Boat Parking Spaces & One ADA Accessible Parking Space
  • Parking is Limited to 2 Hours in All Spaces

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From Interstate 40, exit 1, at traffic light - turn right onto Riverside Drive. Welcome Center will be on your left hand side.


City: Memphis, TN
Region: West Tennessee
Subregion: Memphis & Surrounding Areas

Hours Open:
7AM to 11:00PM

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