This tour pitches a perfect blend of music, history, and soul in the birthplace of rock and roll!
Graceland & Museum Tour
Visit the home of the King of Rock and Roll. Explore his life through videos, photos, personal mementos, artifacts, movie memorabilia, stage costumes, and more.
Stax Records was a cultural phenomenon, that produced hits throughout the sixties and early seventies. Stax changed the culture of music forever – locally, nationally, and internationally.
National Civil Rights Museum
The National Civil Rights Museum is the site of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. The Museum assists the public in understanding the lessons of the Civil Rights Movement and its impact and influence on human rights movements worldwide, through its collections, exhibitions, and research.
Free Time on Beale Street!
Home to over 3500 animals, and ranked one of the best zoo’s in the United States by trip advisor.
The birth place of Rock N Roll. Sun Studio was born to capture the pure raw energy of Beale Street.
Gibson Guitar Factory Tour
Tour the factory and witness the process of binding, neck-fitting, painting, buffing, and tuning that creates these incredible instruments.
Peabody Ducks & Peabody Hotel
Tour the breathtaking lobby of the Peabody hotel and watch their ducks ride down the elevator from the roof and walk the red carpet to the main fountain in the lobby for a swim.
Memphis Riverboat Dinner Cruise
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the Mississippi on a Memphis Riverboats dinner cruise.
Pink Palace Museum & Planetarium
A wide-ranging collection of historic, and technological attractions maintained by the City of Memphis, Tennessee and Memphis Museums, Inc.
The only museum in the America devoted exclusively to the promotion and preservation of fine metalwork. When you visit you can watch not only see all of the beautiful exhibits, you can watch the artist create.
Slave Haven/Burkle Estate Tour
Take a trip back into American History as you visit this historic house which was rumored to have served as a part of the Underground Railroad.
This museum was created by the Smithsonian Institute, and tells the story of musical pioneers who, overcame racial and socio- economic barriers to create the music that changed the world.
Memphis Red Bird Game
Enjoy a minor league baseball game!