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Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid
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About this place
Your adventure starts here. When you’re stocking up for a hunt, preparing for some morning fishing, or embarking on a famliy camping trip, Bass Pro Shops is the first and only place you’ll need to stop...
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Largest Bass Pro Shop. Take the elevator to the top, enjoy great views, dining & shopping
The massive retail space combines a giant-sized version of a Bass Pro shop with a giant cypress swamp filled with fish and alligators, a 13-lane bowling alley, a 28-story freestanding glass elevator, a 120-room hotel that resembles a swanky lodge, an observation deck at the tip of the Pyramid (visit…
A pyramid. The end. Alligators, ducks, fish, restaurants, bowling, and an observation deck overlooking the city.
While you're downtown you can experience shopping and local foods from Memphis. You can go solo or with a group.
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