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|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Chicago O’Hare International (ORD) is located northwest of Chicago, IL. From the Clinton-Blue station in downtown Chicago, you can take the Blue Line "L" to the airport. Driving to ORD from Chicago takes about a half-hour via I-90 W. Memphis International (MEM) is located in Memphis, TN. Typical flight times are almost 90 minutes from ORD to MEM. Driving up to downtown Memphis takes 25 minutes via I-240 N. There is also a bus stop in front of Terminal C on the baggage claim level.
Memphis is located in southwestern Tennessee and is credited as the birthplace of rock n' roll. If you are staying in the area, visiting Elvis Presley's former home at Graceland is a must. Music lovers will also enjoy strolling down historic Beale Street and visiting the Stax Museum of American Soul Music and Memphis Rock N' Soul Museum. The National Civil Rights Museum offers insight into the intense history of the America South. The Dixon Gallery and Gardens and the National Ornamental Museum both combine the beauty of art with the outdoors.
Winters in Memphis are mild, with temperatures in the 50s. Summers can be hot, reaching into the mid-90s. Driving from Memphis to Nashville takes three hours via I-40 E.