Lansky at the Peabody
To get outfitted in vintage-style clothing and accessories befitting a stage musician, stop by Lansky at the Peabody. It's easy to pair a shopping excursion at Lansky Bros. with a day of downtown Nashville activities, such as checking out a professional sports game at FedExForum, touring the National Civil Rights Museum, or attending a concert.
Things to Know Before You Go
Vintage clothing fanatics love Lansky Bros., as its styles are a throwback to the 1950s and 1960s.
Rock and roll fans should stop by to check out the store's music memorabilia.
Take part in a Memphis tradition by watching as the ducks hop into the fountain twice daily at the Peabody hotel.
Learn more about the musicians who Lansky Bros. dressed at the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
How to Get There
Lansky at the Peabody is located in downtown Memphis. It's convenient to drive—via I-70 or I-55—as the hotel is off of Riverside Drive. Alternatively, take the train to Memphis Central Station and walk about 20 minutes to the shop, which is about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) away.
When to Get There
Lansky Bros. is open seven days a week, with later weekend hours. There's no bad time to visit, but expect a crowd at the Peabody lobby for the famous duck march, which happens daily at 11am and 5pm. Weddings, special events, and sunset happy hours also tend to draw crowds, so arrive early in the day to avoid too many shoppers at Lansky Bros.
Where to See Live Music in Memphis
Also known as the Blues City, Memphis is a go-to destination for music lovers who want to see a live show. The famous BB King's Blues Club is within walking distance of Lansky Bros., and the venue's music calendar is typically packed with shows, making it possible to stop by for a great meal and live blues performance just about any night of the week.