Memphis, Music, and Elvis. Memphis Tours offers a variety of tours and attractions in Tennessee. See Graceland, tour Sun Studios, visit the Stax Records Museum, enjoy an evening on Beale Street, cruise on the river, and much more! A very popular tour is the Graceland Tour in Memphis. See Graceland, the grave of Elvis, and wonderful displays of Elvis memorabilia. And see all the rock n roll music sights across Memphis! Book your tours and activities online and save or call us toll free for assistance with reservations, group tour bookings, and private charters. We look forward to making your visit to Memphis extra special.
Enjoy a sightseeing day tour of Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. See Graceland with its fabulous displays of Elvis memorabilia, including the audio tour. Tour two of Elvis' airplanes. See the Sincerely Elvis exhibit and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum. You also get admission to one of the following attractions - the Rock N Soul Museum, the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, or the Sun Studios Tour.
The Home of the Blues comes alive on this city tour aboard the only Music Bus in Memphis. Rock the streets on the coolest ride in town and see Beale Street, Sun Studio, Stax Records, the Lorraine Motel, movie locations and more, while hearing music performed live. It's the only tour in town that puts Memphis music history in the hands of real musicians - 90 minutes of high-energy fun! Sights also include Civil Rights Museum, Elvis Presley Plaza and Overton Park Shell. There is a 10-minute stop at Sun Studio. Audience participation is encouraged with tambourines, shakers, and bongos.
Much like its muddy riverbanks, Memphis is flooded with tales of shadowy spirits lurking among its citizens. Beyond the rhythms of Beale Street's blues lies a darker history of vice, voodoo, phantoms, ghosts and lost souls. In addition to tales of some of the city's most famous ghosts (such as Mary of the Orpheum Theater), this walking tour includes admission into the notorious Ernestine & Hazel's - a former brothel recently recognized as one of the most haunted buildings in America.