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The Home of the Blues comes alive aboard Memphis' only Music Bus! Real Memphis musicians will show you the sights, make you laugh, and perform the music that has made Memphis famous throughout the world. Audience participation is encouraged!
Take a guided tour of Sun Studios in Memphis - the birthplace of Rock N' Roll. All the big names recorded here, including Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. Re-live the beat, soul and attitude of the rock n' roll era and receive a voucher to use in the gift shop or cafe.
Walk in the footsteps of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll on this tour of Memphis’ Graceland Mansion, Elvis Presley’s former home. Journey from the icon’s humble beginnings through his rise to stardom as you browse photos, personal mementos and costumes while hearing stories about his fascinating life. Plus, you’ll learn secrets about his life on the road and see his exclusive collection of Cadillacs, motorcycles and two airplanes.
Relax in shared transportation as we pick you up from your local accommodations and take you to Graceland where The King is still alive. This Graceland VIP Tour includes all the benefit and activities of the Platinum Tour of Graceland. You will be able to skip to the front of the line at the Mansion, access to a special VIP Only exhibit, Special All-Day ticket and a keepsake backstage pass.
This two-hour walking tour of Memphis explores the city's rich history at a fun and leisurely pace. You'll explore historic Cotton Row and Court Square, the lovely and historic heart of 19th century Memphis; enjoy sweeping views of the Mississippi River; and hear fascinating tales of rebels during the Civil War as well as Prohibition Era bootleggers. You'll also experience a time-honored Memphis tradition, the famous March of the Ducks at The Peabody Hotel. This tour is suitable for the whole family.
On this 2.5 hour African American History tour, we will be your "conductor" and take you on a journey through Memphis that will be sure to open your eyes to some of the most historical sites connected to slavery through to the Civil Rights Movement and beyond. There is so much more to Memphis than Downtown to experience, so we will also explore some of our interesting neighborhoods.