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Known as the Birthplace of Rock n Roll, Memphis, Tennessee is a city filled with history, culture and an abundance of activities and attractions to please the whole family. When you visit, see the sights for less by booking tickets for tours and attractions online.

Recommended Memphis Tours

Memphis Mojo Tour
The perfect combination of music and sightseeing, this 90-minute tour is led by Memphis musicians and takes you past Beale Street, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Civil Rights Museum, Elvis Presley Plaza and Overton Park Shell. The experience includes live rock, blues, gospel and soul music. Be a part of the fun by strutting your stuff and playing the tambourines, bongos and shakers on board.

Memphis Sun Studios Tour
The most famous recording studio in the world, Sun Studios is where blues and country music came together in the Big Bang of Rock n Roll. It's also the city's 3rd National Historic Landmark. On this tour, see a vast collection of memorabilia from Johnny Cash, B.B. King, Charlie Rich, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis and more. Touch Elvis' first microphone and learn fascinating facts about the lives of musical legends.

Elvis Presley Graceland Tour
Visit the home of the King of Rock n Roll, Elvis Presley, on your choice of three different Graceland Tours. On this audio-guided tour, you'll learn about Elvis' life, his family and career and see his living room, music room, dining room, kitchen, pool room and the famous Jungle Room. Also included in the tour is a look at Elvis's car collection, his two airplanes and a stroll through his 14-acre estate which includes the racquetball building and his trophy building, home to his collection of gold and platinum records and other memorabilia.

Historic Memphis Walking Tour
Learn all about the rich heritage of Memphis on this 90-minute guided walk through historic downtown. This scenic tour winds its way past Beale Street, Main Street, the Lincoln American Tower, Confederate Park and more. The tour includes a 20-minute breakfast stop at a local hangout, a visit to the Old Shelby County Jail and a walk past Cotton Row, the Wall Street of Memphis. The fun comes to a close just in time to witness the famous Peabody Duck March.

Memphis Ghost Tour
Get to know the darker side of this southern town as you are led on a ghostly walking tour to the city's most haunted places. Your guide will share some of the city's spookiest tales as you visit some of the oldest landmarks including Orpheum Theater, Cotton Row, Handy Park and more.

Memphis Riverboat Tours
For an authentic Tennessee experience, take a cruise along the Mississippi River. Choose from a variety of packages aboard traditional paddlewheel boats, riverboats or new-school airboats. You can choose from dinner cruises that include live music, a buffet-style meal, cold beverages and a cash/credit bar. Sightseeing cruises and sunset cruises are also available and vary in length and price.

Memphis Helicopter Tour
Get a bird's eye view of Memphis aboard a helicopter tour. Choose from a variety of packages and tours, each one providing aerial views of some of the most popular sights and attractions in the city.

Top Rated Memphis Attractions

Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Located at the original site of Stax Records, this one-of-a-kind museum pays tribute to all of the legendary artists who recorded there, including greats like Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Luther Ingram and many more. A collection of over 2000 interactive exhibits, films, artifacts, memorabilia and galleries thrill and enthrall guests each day. As the only soul music museum in the world, it also showcases the sounds of Motown, Hi and Atlantic Turner, Aretha Franklin, The Jackson Five, Ray Charles and more.

Memphis Rock n Soul Museum
Located on the world famous Beale Street, this prominent Memphis Museum offers a comprehensive music experience that spans from the 1930s to today's global musical influence. Through 7 galleries, you'll see more than 30 instruments, 3 audiovisual programs, 40 costumes and many other musical treasures.

Beale Street
Considered the official home of the Blues, this iconic Memphis Street attracts millions of visitors each year. For over 150 years, Beale Street played host to the birth of blues music, the civil rights movement, rock n roll, bands, fans, entertainers and media. It's here that legendary artists like B.B. King, Rufas Thomas, Willie Mitchell and Isaac Hayes have showcased their talents. Today, the famous street is home to blues clubs, restaurants, festivals and outdoor concerts.

Memphis Zoo
More than 3500 different animals call the Memphis Zoo their home. Explore this popular Tennessee attraction that spans over 70 acres. See the many exhibits that house more than 500 different animals species, including polar and panda bears, gorillas, elephants, lions, tigers, hippos, penguins, tropical birds, pelicans, giraffes and more.

Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
The oldest and largest art museum in Tennessee, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art was founded in 1916. There are 29 different galleries, art classrooms, a print study room with more than 4,500 works on paper, a research library with more than 5,000 volumes and an auditorium. From paintings, sculptures and drawings to prints, photographs and decorative arts, there are more than seven thousand works of art within the museum.

Located in Soulsville USA, the Stax Museum pays homage to Memphis Soul Music and the old Stax Records label. This multimedia museum celebrates the birth and life of soul music and its influence with 2000 exhibits. An essential stop while visiting Memphis!
The Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum's exhibition, created by the Smithsonian Institution, tells the story of musical pioneers who, for the love of music, overcame racial and socio-economic barriers to create rhe rock and soul music that shook and shaped the entire world.
The perfect compliment to the Memphis Rock 'n' Soul Museum, as one celebrates the History, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame celebrates the Heroes of Memphis Music!
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