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Kenny Chesney: Trip Around the Sun Tour

This week Music Country
$25 Thu, Jul 19th 7pm
BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove
6275 Snowden Lane
Southaven, Mississippi
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Selena

This week Film Drama
$8 Fri, Jul 20th 7pm
The Orpheum Theatre Memphis
203 S. Main St.
Memphis, Tennessee
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Young Actors Guild Presents... Broadway's Fame Jr

This week Arts & Theatre Dance
$20 Thu, Jul 19th 7pm
Cannon Center for the Performing Arts
255 North Main Street
Memphis, Tennessee
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Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Memphis Redbirds

This week Sports Baseball
Sat, Jul 21st 6pm
Autozone Park
200 Union Avenue
Memphis, Tennessee
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Palisades At Growlers!

This week Music Rock
Sat, Jul 21st 7pm
Growlers
1911 Poplar Ave
Memphis, Tennessee

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City of Memphis Tour

Tours Memphis
$30

Our professional, humorous guide will help you discover Memphis. Explore what Memphis has to offer the world with us. Discover our Musical and Historical City from the sounds of BB King, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash to the 1800's Victorian built homes, Lorraine Hotel (to see where Dr. King was assassinated), Graceland where the KING lived and is buried.  We have partnered with several attractions around Memphis; get on our bus to see all the highlights and have the time of your life.

Explore Memphis with us! We will pick you up from your hotel and drop you back off after the tour is over. You will see the following places during your 2.5 hour excursion on our shuttle bus.  We will do a drive by of Downtown Memphis and the "Mighty Mississippi River, Stroll down Beale Street hear some Blues, see Cotton Row, Victorian Village these are homes built in the early 1800's, check out the TWO KINGS, BB King and Elvis Presley at the I-40 Welcome Center, Lorraine Hotel (the site of Dr. King assassination),  visit the garden at St. Jude  Children Hospital, drive by Graceland (home of Elvis), stop and see the Famous Ducks at the Peabody Hotel, see Sun Studio, Bass Pro Shop and FedEx Forum (where our NBA team Memphis Grizzlies play).   When you get done with this tour, you will be amazed about the History behind Memphis.

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Memphis Hop On and Hop Off Tour

Tours Memphis
$30

Hop On and Hop Off  features entertaining and informative narration of each stop.  It takes 1 hour to complete the loop.  You can ride the loop and hop on and off unlimited times.  The Hop On and Hop Off bus stops at each stop every hour 10 minutes.  You can tour at your own pace and see various attractions in the city.  Your ticket is good for 2 consecutive days. 

Hop On. Tune In. Rock Out.  Get on our air conditioned bus and take in Memphis' unique and vibrant culture. From the Jungle Room Graceland to jungle feel at Bass Pro, soulful bass lines at STAX to base line drives at AutoZone Park, the Memphis HOP introduces you to the best in Memphis cultural attractions. 
The Memphis HOP lets visitors and residents discover the arts, retaurants and culture at your own pace, hopping on and off to see the sites that appeal to you. Explore great family entertainment, a look at our authentic history, and a celebration of the unique Memphis Sound and Food.
You never know what you'll find the next time you hop off. There's no city like Memphis, and there's no more convenient way to see it than on the Memphis HOP!   Admission fees to attractions are not included and the Bus Schedule will be listed in the Voucher you receive upon purchase.

The exciting stops that you will see are: The Pyramid Shaped - Bass Pro Shop, RiverFront, HardRock Café, BB King and Beale St, Graceland, Sun Studio/ St. Blues Guitar, St. Jude Hospital, AutoZone Park/ Peabody Hotel, National Civil Rights Museum / Blues Hall of Fame, Memphis Rock n' Soul, Peabody Place/ Main St and the Stax Museum.




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Memphis Discovery Tour including Rock and Soul Museum

Tours Memphis
$42

Get the complete Memphis experience on this all-inclusive 3-hour tour. It's a part history tour, part attraction hopping, part food tour that will introduce you to everything that makes Memphis special. You'll visit the Peabody Hotel for the famous March of the Ducks; the Lorraine Motel, to see the balcony where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot; the Rock 'n' Soul Museum (admission included); Lansky Brothers Clothing Store, clothier to Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and B.B. King (and still one of the most stylish places to shop!); and a barbecue tasting at one of the best barbecue joints in the city!

Along the way, we'll show you our favorite Memphis sights, including the Mississippi River, Victorian Village, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, old Cotton Row, and Court Square, the lovely and historic heart of 19th century Memphis.

Discover Memphis on a 3-hour tour by comfortable coach with a local guide who introduces you to the music, culture and history of the Bluff City as you travel through downtown.

Listen to informative commentary from your guide as you stop at Beale Street, which is known for landmark moments in civil rights history as well as its blues music legacy. Famous musicians such as Muddy Waters, BB King, and Memphis Minnie played at clubs here from the 1920s onward. Visit the Smithsonian's Rock ‘n' Soul Museum and browse exhibits that explain the enormous impact that Memphis' music scene has made on American arts and culture. Hear more about this lively street's significance from your knowledgeable guide while sampling Memphis' famous barbecue at a local restaurant.

Continue your tour with a stop to walk around the plaza outside the former Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated in 1968. The building is now part of the National Civil Rights Museum, which features permanent and rotating exhibits that detail five centuries of American history. (Admission to the Civil Rights Museum is not included.)

Pass by Cotton Row and learn how the city developed around this area, which was the heart of the city's bustling cotton trade in the 1800s. Cruise past historic Court Square, a lovely park that has provided a leafy refuge for city residents since 1819. Then drive along the Mississippi River and through the streets of Victorian Village, a neighborhood with grand Victorian-style mansions built by the city's cotton  barons in the 19th century.

Your guide also points out Memphis landmarks including the Orpheum Theater, the Gibson Guitar Factory, and Lauderdale Courts, where Elvis Presley lived as a teenager. Finally, enter the Peabody Hotel to watch the colorful “March of the Ducks,” a quirky and fun Memphis tradition that dates back to the 1930s.

After three hours, your bus returns you to Beale Street to end your tour.

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Historic Memphis Walking Tour

Tours Memphis
$20
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.

Meet your guide on Beale Street at 9:30am to begin your leisurely stroll through the tree-lined streets of Memphis.

Memphis is both a gracious old Southern city of riverboats and cotton money, and a rowdy river town of roughnecks, gangsters and gamblers. Your guide will unfold the city's colorful history and some of the characters who have made it one of the world's most unique and interesting cities.  Along the way you'll see:

  • Historic Court Square
  • Fourth Bluff Park, overlooking the Mississippi River
  • Civil War sites (the Battle of Memphis and Forrest's Raid)
  • Cotton Row
  • Panoramic rooftop views of the city
  • Deadman's Alley
  • Main Street, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s last march
The tour includes watching the famous Peabody Ducks march into the fountain in the hotel's Grand Lobby, a Memphis tradition dating back to 1933!

The tour ends on Beale Street at 11:30am.

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Downtown Memphis Beale Street Walking Tour

Tours Memphis
$10
Join this 45-minute walking tour of historic Beale Street. Voted “America's Most Iconic Street” by USA Today, Beale Street is steeped in colorful history. From the early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city's vibrant African-American culture, you'll explore the stories behind the legends and the colorful characters who helped make Beale Street the “Home of the Blues.”

After meeting your guide at the ticket podium at BB King Blues Club at 11:45am, you'll begin a 45-minute guided tour of the famous Beale Street in downtown Memphis. Known as one of Americas most Iconic streets. Beale Street is steeped in colorful history. From the early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city's vibrant African-American culture and the struggle for civil rights, you'll explore the stories behind the legends and the musicians, gangsters, crooks and heroes who helped make Beale Street the 'Home of the Blues.'

The tour includes A. Schwab's old fashioned general store and soda fountain founded in 1876 (the city's oldest business), Handy Park, where you can hear the sounds of Memphis, and the original Lansky Bros. Clothing store, the "Clothier to the King," where the young Elvis Presley adopted his signature style. You'll also see the historic Gallina Building and old Saloon Row, including one of the most notorious early 20th century whiskey dens known as "The Castle of Missing Men."

The tour ends at 12:30pm at BB King Blues Club.

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Stax Museum of American Soul Music Admission

Museums Memphis
$13
Visit the original site of the Stax Records studio in Memphis, Tennessee, the Stax Museum. See this museum's special tribute to the artists who recorded there, as well as other American soul legends. Discover the museum's rare and amazing collection of more than 2,000 artifacts, interactive exhibits, films, and galleries.

Begin your visit with a compelling 20-minute introduction to the Soulsville Foundation (which operates the museum) and a  brief history of Stax Records. After the film, enter into the self-guided portion of the museum. Enjoy its focus on Stax Artists, including: Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, Sam and Dave, the Staple Singers, Rufus Thomas, and more. Stop by the Soul-Train dance floor, an exact replica of the original Studio A, as well as Isaac Hayes' Peacock Blue, 24-carat gold-plated, Cadillac Eldorado. Watch a film and explore the listening stations, where visitors are able to select specific songs recorded at the very location of the museum. Guests are able to spend as much time as they like.

The Museum is located approximately three miles from downtown Memphis, making it about a 10 minute drive or cab ride. Take advantage of the free and ample parking on the campus, which is also home to the Stax Music Academy and the Soulsville Charter School.

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Graceland Tour: Elvis Experience Pass with Transportation from Memphis

Museums Memphis
$79
Take a fun vintage-style bus to Elvis Presley's Graceland, the Home of the King!  A short ride on the charming “Sweet Caroline” or her sister bus “Miss Clawdy II” sets the perfect mood for visiting Elvis' home, the second most visited home in the country.  Enjoy an audio tour of the Mansion, visit the Meditation Garden, then explore the all-new, state of the art entertainment complex, “Elvis: Past, Present & Future,” featuring the largest, most comprehensive Elvis museum in the world as well as the enhanced Auto Museum, Elvis' custom jets and special themed Discovery Exhibits. Shop for Elvis gifts and enjoy the restaurants and ice cream parlor before returning Downtown or to your hotel.

Start your visit to Elvis' home with a fun, 20-minute ride from downtown Memphis to Graceland.

After arriving at the Visitor's Center and receiving your Elvis Experience Pass, you'll watch a short introductory video before touring the Mansion on a self-guided iPad tour that features stories and commentary from Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie. Walk through the grand home's many rooms including the Polynesian–style jungle room where the family liked to relax.

Step outside to see the house where Elvis' father had his office and managed his famous son's career. Then take in Elvis' many awards in the Trophy Building, followed by a walk through the Racquetball Building where his stage outfits are on exhibit. Finally, wrap up the Graceland Mansion tour in the Meditation Garden where Elvis and his family have been laid to rest.

Your Elvis Experience Pass includes full access to everything at the Visitor Entertainment Complex, including the Automobile Museum, Elvis' Custom Airplanes, the Elvis: The Entertainer Career Showcase Museum, and all of the special changing exhibits, shopping, and restaurants at the Visitor Entertainment Complex .

After three and a half hours at Graceland, your bus returns you to downtown Memphis to end your tour.

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African American Heritage Self-Guided Tour With Transportation

Museums Memphis
$75

On the Memphis African American Heritage Tour, you will be picked up at your Hotel or Local Accommodations and we will take you to visit two historical locations in Memphis for Self-Guided Tour of the National Civil Rights Museum and the Burkle Estate "Slave Haven"  Museum. The National Civil Rights Museum is the location of the Lorraine Motel where the Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated and the Burkle Estate Museum commemorates an underground railroad stop for slaves traveling north for freedom. Visitors will see and experience the refuge provided for slaves by Jacob Burkle, who was instrumental in helping countless individuals seek freedom.


You will be picked up at your Memphis hotel or local accommodations and transported to both the National Civil Rights Museum as well as the "Slave Haven" Burkle Estate Museum for a Self-Guided tour to explore two of Memphis' tributes to the city's historic past. 

History will come life within the walls of the National Civil Rights Museum, where personal stories, historical artifacts, and multimedia exhibits are used to explore five centuries of civil rights and human rights history. Poignantly located at the Lorraine Hotel where Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. 

In the second half of your tour you'll visit the Burkle Estate Museum know as Slave Haven. A German immigrant, Jacob Burkle was among those of the anti-slavery movement who risked their lives to help escaping Africans seek freedom by harboring them in their homes and aiding them on their journey north. Cloaked in secrecy, Burkle, a stockyard owner, operated an Underground Railroad station on the outskirts of Memphis from 1855 until the abolition of slavery. Burkle's unsuspecting, modest home, located near the banks of the Mississippi River, provided refuge for runaway slaves and is now open to visitors to learn about his life, his contributions to the Underground Railroad, and his part in helping others flee to freedom. 

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Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum Admission

Museums Memphis
$12
You will be delighted to view the resplendent interior of the Woodruff-Fontaine mansion. Furnished in period antiques, you will learn of the fascinating history of the Woodruff and Fontaine families who resided here.

The Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum is a French Victorian mansion built in 1871. Furnished in period antiques, you will learn of the fascinating history of the Woodruff and Fontaine families who resided here.

Tours usually last one hour and can be modified for special interests and age levels. Tours may not be appropriate for children under age 5. Since all three floors are visited on the tour, as can the basement, it should be noted that there is no elevator available. The first floor of the building is handicapped accessible, and handicapped bathroom facilities are available in the Carriage House.

The Woodruff-Fontaine House is QR code accessible to provide information to those who would like to self tour the museum.

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Memphis Cotton Museum Admission and Audio Walking Tour

Museums Memphis
$10

It's been said that downtown Memphis is the place where the Mississippi Delta begin, and whether you are a visitor, Memphis native, or elementary school student, the Cotton Museum is a great place to start an exploration of the Delta's history and our dynamic urban culture. Our Museum tells the story of how Memphis came to be. Engaging exhibits help visitors understand our city's place in time and explain how the art, history and music that is so important to our culture evolved from the confluence of people that were originally gathered here around the cotton industry. Memphis also has a rich musical heritage; blues and rock and roll, which began with the story of the south and cotton. 

Visitors will receive a brief introductory orientation by one of our docents before viewing the opening film in our history gallery. Our docent will be available throughout your visit to answer any questions. The main exhibit is located on the Historic trade floor of the Memphis Cotton Exchange where cotton traders once stood at the center of the global cotton economy. Highlights include original films, detailing specific aspects of the cotton industry, oral histories from individuals involved, and exciting temporary exhibits.

Our award winning education wing, "Exploration Hall", explores cotton production, sustainability in agriculture, how technology in the industry has changed since the 1940's, and how that change has transformed American life and the Southern Landscape. 

Also included in your admission is a self-guided audio tour of Cotton Row. Memphis is the largest spot-cotton market in the world and, for generations, the historic Cotton Row district that surrounds the museum was the center of the worldwide cotton trade. The tour highlights historic landmarks and gives visitors a sense of the clamber and bustle that once surrounded cotton commerce in Memphis.

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Haunted Memphis Bus Tour

Ghost Tours Memphis
$25
Come and explore the darker side of Memphis. Your 90-minute tour will reveal Memphis history about dark hauntings, disasters, murders and local legends.

Let us "endarken" you with amazing stories, history, hauntings and local legends on your haunted 90-minute bus tour.

Your informative and entertaining guides will share the dark history of Memphis including murders, hauntings and the interesting local history of Memphis. You will make 2 stops while on this tour: one in downtown at the scene of a ghost story, where we will do some investigating and the other at the Victorian Village, home of the Woodruff Fontaine House which was featured on Ghost Hunters. Make sure you have your camera's ready as there will be multiple photo opportunities. You also may catch your own paranormal evidence of orbs, apparitions and spectral figures. 

Along the way, you will drive by historical and haunted locations in Memphis that include the infamous Ernestine and Hazels; The Metal Museum; Native American Mounds; The Arcade Restaurant - Memphis' oldest cafe; and The Orpheum theater. You will hear more stories and see more locations throughout the tour so prepare to shiver, shake and learn why Memphis is more of a haunted city than you think.

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Haunted Pub Crawl in Memphis

Ghost Tours Memphis
$20
Come join our knowledgeable and entertaining guide on an informative and humorous walking tour of Downtown Memphis restaurants, bars and taverns. Enjoy the macabre history and spirits with the haunted spirits, as your guide teaches you about long standing Memphis traditions like ghost stories and alcohol.

Think ghost stories are just for kids? Your 2.5  hour haunted pub crawl is just for adults. Come join our knowledgeable and entertaining guides on an informative and humorous walking tour of downtown Memphis restaurants, bars and taverns. Enjoy the macabre history and spirits with the spirits, as we explore two types of Memphis traditions such as ghost stories and alcohol. Delight with intoxicating tales of haunted Memphis on this tour. Your host for the evening is a real paranormal investigator with historical tales and current paranormal experiences from the dark side of Memphis.

On this Memphis pub tour you will make three pub stops and there maybe others of interest along the way depending on time. Drinks are not included in the price but are available to purchase.

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Ghost Hunt: CSI

Ghost Tours Memphis
$25
Join us for a unique 2-in-1 experience part walking tour and part ghost hunt! This event is hosted by a real paranormal investigator. We will meet and investigate a well know site which was the scene of the brutal murder of Patrolman Edward Broadfoot in 1918 as he and his partner were conducting a check of the Cafe on this site.

Join us for a unique 2-in-1 experience part walking tour and part ghost hunt! We will meet for a walking tour of the South Main district and investigate a well know site which was the scene of the brutal murder of Patrolman Edward Broadfoot in 1918 as he and his partner were conducting a check of the Cafe on this site at the time.

Your evening begins with a brief walking tour of the historical South Main district to set the tone for this incredible story. The South Main Historical District and it's dark side of history includes murders, mysteries and legends. During winter months we will meet inside instead of walking if the weather demands.

We continue the evening with an investigation and EVP and spirit box session in the dark basement of a murder scene. What will we find with our EMF meters, spirit box, thermometers, and more? Bring your own cameras and recording equipment and any other hand held investigating equipment.

Bring your friends downtown and enjoy dinner before or drinks after at one of the many local establishments.

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Woodruff-Fontaine House Ghost Tour

Ghost Tours Memphis
$25

Visit the Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum, featured on the SyFy channel as one of the most haunted locations in Tennessee, on this 2 hour tour. Get exclusive after-hours access with an experienced paranormal investigator guide and listen to stories and evidence as you wander through the Victorian mansion.

Your tour begins at 7:30pm at the Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum, where you'll meet your guide, an experienced paranormal investigator.

Tour the dimly lit home with special emphasis on the family members who lived and died in the mansion. Take note of the stunning architecture and the collection of furniture, artwork and textiles that set the mood for this special tour. Listen as your guide shares experiences, stories and evidence which has led many visitors to believe that there are still folks in this 1871 home.

Use the investigation equipment that your guide provides to see if you can spot activity happening during the tour.

This tour is for guests over 18 years of age.

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Memphis Ghosts Walking Tour

Ghost Tours Memphis
$20

Enjoy the darker side of Memphis and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by professional storytellers. The city's South Main Historic District – an eclectic, colorful area with some of the city's oldest buildings – has a long history of sensational murders and ghostly activity. On this two-hour walking tour, you'll visit a number of haunted sites, including:

  • The Orpheum Theater, home of "Mary," who has haunted performances since 1921
  • The John Alexander Austin House, a Victorian era mansion haunted by star-crossed lovers
  • The notorious Ernestine & Hazel's, a former brothel long recognized as one of the most haunted buildings in Memphis. We'll take you inside this creepy establishment, home to several ghosts as well as a haunted jukebox.

Enjoy the darker side of Memphis and hear tales of the city's haunted heritage as told by professional storytellers. The city's South Main Historic District – an eclectic, colorful area with some of the city's oldest buildings – has a long history of sensational murders and ghostly activity. On this two-hour walking tour, you'll visit a number of haunted sites, including:

  • The Orpheum Theater, home of "Mary," who has haunted performances since 1921
  • The John Alexander Austin House, a Victorian era mansion haunted by star-crossed lovers
  • The notorious Ernestine & Hazel's, a former brothel long recognized as one of the most haunted buildings in Memphis. We'll take you inside this creepy establishment, home to several ghosts as well as a haunted jukebox.

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Memphis Heritage Attraction Pass

Sightseeing Passes Memphis
$38
Our Memphis Heritage Attraction Pass allows you to step back in time and follow the Civil Rights movement with entry into the National Civil Rights Museum and the Earnest Withers Gallery.  You will also be able to explore Rock and Roll music with admission into the Blues Hall of Fame Museum and the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. These tickets are self-guided and will allow you to spend as much time as needed in each museum.

This Memphis Heritage Attraction Pass provides instant access with admission into four attractions that have really created and shaped the History of Memphis. 

National Civil Rights Museum
is steadfast in its mission to share the culture and lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement and explore how this significant era continues to shape equality and freedom globally.  Established in 1991, the National Civil Rights Museum is located at the former Lorraine Motel, where civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Through interactive exhibits, historic collections, dynamic speakers and special events, the museum offers visitors a chance to walk through history and learn more about a tumultuous and inspiring period of change.

 Ernest Withers Gallery  Withers played a key roll in the Civil Rights Movement as a result of his photographic document of the Emmett Till trial. He was witness to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Medgar Evers Funeral, the Integration of Little Rock High School, the Memphis Sanitation Workers' Strike and the Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination and funeral.  Wither's civil rights photographs are known for their immediacy and directness that stems from his use of a normal-focus lens. His nearness to events were not only physical but also ideological. Withers photographed the quiet dignity of Martin Luther king Jr. on one of the desegregated  buses in Montgomery, Alabama as well as the violence that marred the strike of the Sanitation Workers in Memphis, Tennessee. He was in the midst of the action.

 The Blues Hall of Fame Museum celebrates the performers, music, literature and contributors to this great American art form. Exhibits feature guitars, harmonicas and a piano that belonged to blues greats! Also on display are flashy stage costumes, original artwork and historic photos. The interactive touch screens offer fascinating narratives, complete blues recordings, and video clips.  This state of the art facility celebrates the lives and the music of each Hall of Fame individual as well as the history of the music and the literature produced through the blues timeline.

 Memphis Music Hall of Fame introduces you to the heroes of Memphis music.  It's a fun, interactive experience that's as outrageous as our Hall of Fame inductees.  More than a century ago, music began pouring into Memphis, Tennessee. Musicians of all races and backgrounds came together and, for the love of music, created a sound that changed the cultural complexion of the world forever. America's music exploded out of Memphis. Today, the Memphis Music Hall of Fame honors many of the greatest musicians of all time, who created this city's musical legacy, and who shook our planet to the core!


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Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass

Sightseeing Passes Memphis
$103
The Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass is your passport to the music history of Memphis. You will get entry into four of the most popular attractions in Memphis including Graceland, the famous home of Elvis Presley.

Take a tour of Sun Studios - the birthplace of rock 'n' roll, where Elvis, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis recorded and made a name for themselves. Learn about Soulsville USA and the city's influence on soul music at Stax Museum of American Soul Music and Rock 'n Soul Museum.

Immerse yourself in the life and times of Elvis Presley at Graceland. The Elvis Experience package includes the Graceland Mansion Self-Guided Audio tour with new orientation film, Two Elvis Presley custom airplanes, Full Access to State-of-the-Art Visitor Entertainment complex. 

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Taste of Downtown Memphis Food Tour

Food Tours Memphis
$55
There's no better way to get acquainted with Memphis than by tasting some of its most acclaimed foods.  You'll sample the very best of Memphis cuisine from BBQ nachos to southern tamales to delectable desserts. Memphis offers a plethora of choices from delicious and historic family-owned, local restaurants to trendy award winning Chefs. We provide a local, sustainable experience tasting a variety of foods, allowing you to feel like a native Memphian.  Your guide will provide a sampling of culture and history sprinkled throughout this walking tour. 2 person minimum per booking

There's no better way to get acquainted with Memphis than by tasting some of its most acclaimed foods this city has to offer. Your friendly guide will be the Chef carrying a giant whisk as you will experience seven tastings from six different restaurants along the way.

You'll sample the very best of Memphis cuisine from BBQ nachos to southern tamales to delectable desserts. Memphis offers a plethora of choices from delicious and historic family-owned, local restaurants to trendy award winning Chefs. We provide a local, sustainable experience tasting a variety of foods, allowing you to feel like a native Memphian.  Your guide will provide a sampling of culture and history sprinkled throughout this walking tour. Since we will be walking you can expect to burn a few calories as well since this tour is a leisurely walk of approximately 6000 Fit bit steps.

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Hard Rock Cafe Memphis

Food Tours Memphis
$32
Rock your senses with a prix-fixe menu at the Memphis Hard Rock Cafe. Classic American cooking comes to the heart of Beale Street, where you'll enjoy a 2- or 3-course meal with your choice of theme. Each option comes with a drink (coffee, tea or soda) and dessert. Expect entrees like the classic cheeseburger, a half-rack of hickory-smoked ribs, salmon, steak and even some vegetarian options. Love all - Serve all!

Back in 1971, Americans Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton opened the first Hard Rock Cafe in London. Their landlord didn't think they could pull it off, so he granted them a three-month lease.

How wrong that landlord was. Today, the franchise - which includes cafes, casinos and hotels - can be found in more than 63 countries. The franchise owns the world's greatest collection of music memorabilia, and you can see it on display at its locations around the globe.

Enjoy a prix-fixe menu at the Hard Rock Cafe in Memphis, Tennessee. Each meal comes with a dessert and your choice of tea, coffee or soda. See the Sample Menu below for entrée options.

ACOUSTIC

  • Main entrée: Choice of any Hard Rock signature burger, hickory smokehouse sandwich or Texan, entrée salad or sandwich from the menu*
  • Choice of soft drink, coffee or tea
  • Chef's Dessert
*Restrictions apply
 
ELECTRIC
Choice of main course, soft drink and dessert:
  • Steak, chicken or shrimp fajitas
  • Grilled salmon
  • Any Hard Rock signature burger or sandwich
  • Smokehouse hickory chicken, ribs or duo platter
  • Twisted Mac, chicken and cheese
Please note: menu items are subject to change without notice.

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Memphis Trail Ride by Horseback

Adventure Memphis
$40
Take a relaxing horse trail ride through one of the most beautiful and largest urban parks in the USA. At a size of 4,500 acres this area covers more than five times the area of Central Park in New York City. While riding the horse trails with your trail guide, you'll have the opportunity to see deer, ducks, cranes and other wildlife. The horses are well-trained and can handle riders with all levels of experience.

Choose from morning or afternoon departures.

After arriving at the stables and filling out the necessary paperwork, you'll be matched up with a horse based on your height, weight and level of experience. Your trail guide will teach you the basics of riding a horse, then you'll begin your 1-hour long trail ride adventure where you are bound to see amazing wildlife and nature. There is an abundance of wildlife in the park that you may have the opportunity to see including deer, ducks, cranes, and raccoons.  You explore  one of the most beautiful and largest urban parks in the USA. At a size of 4,500 acres this area covers more than five times the area of Central Park in New York City.

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Zip Line and Treetop Adventure

Adventure Memphis
$58

If you're ready for a totally unique outdoor experience, it's time to Go Ape! We have 2-3 hours of Treetop fun built into the forest canopy.

Our Go Ape obstacle & rope courses offer guests chances to climb, leap and soar through the trees.

Set in Shelby Farms Conservancy Park, Go Ape features a custom designed rope course including, treetop obstacles, crossings, and zip lines. All our courses are expertly constructed to prevent adverse environmental impact and work synergistically with the local topography.

Whether you are an adventure junkie or ready to cross something off your bucket list, we have an unparalleled adventure experience waiting for you.

Go Ape Shelby Farms offers a Treetop Adventure for adults and kids 10 and over.

* Min age of 10

* Min height of 4'7”

* Max weight of 285 lbs.

* Supervision requirements:

- One participating adult (age 18+) for every two 10-15 year olds

- Adult signature required for all 16-17 year olds

* Closed toe shoes with closed heels and comfortable clothing

Supervising adults will sign a waiver taking responsibility for youth age 10-15 on the course, but you may wish to have your own permission slips for your records. 16-17 year olds do not require a supervising adult, but do require a waiver signed by their legal guardian or an adult (18+) who has obtained permission from the 16-17 year old's legal guardian. Ages 18+ will sign a waiver when they arrive to Go Ape.

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Memphis City Tour and Riverboat Cruise

Water Tour Memphis
$80
This combo tour will help you experience all Memphis has to offer. Our professional humorous guides will help you discover downtown Memphis and the Mississippi river all in one package.  You will not leave feeling like you missed out on Memphis.  It's a great opportunity to see it all while you are here.

After pickup from your downtown Memphis hotel, Our professional humorous guides will help you discover downtown Memphis and the Mississippi river all in one package. You will see some of the most famous and infamous sites around our historical city.  Sites such as Beale Street, which is a location where all the blues clubs are located and has become a major attraction here in Memphis. We will also show you Victorian Village which are homes built in the 1800's, two statues of the Kin Elvis Presley and B.B King.  You will witness history at the Lorraine Hotel where Martin Luther King was assassinated on the balcony, Elvis Presley's beautiful Graceland and even a stop at A Schwab, a 120 year old general store. Don't forget about The Peabody Hotel to stop and see the March of the World Famous Ducks!

Then there is The Island Queen, a historical paddle-wheel boat with three decks offering great views. We will cruise down the mighty Mississippi River and soak in the sights as you hear interesting commentary from your captain. Pass by Tom Lee Park, named after Tom Lee, a worker who jumped into the river to save the lives of 32 passengers of a sinking steamboat in 1925.  Along the way, you'll learn all about the history of the river and discover how Mississippi influenced commerce in Memphis and the surrounding areas. After this combo tour,  you'll be taken back to your hotel.

This tour is seasonal and operates from March - November
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Please Note: This is a ticket and transportation package only. Admission tickets without transportation are not permitted.

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Memphis Brew Bus

Booze Tour Memphis
$49
Join us for a unique afternoon showcasing the booming Memphis craft brewing scene. We offer Saturday afternoon tours which will give you a behind-the-scenes look at 3 Memphis brewers and samples of their finest brews. Our knowledgeable guide and non-drinking bus driver entertain along the route. The tour round trips from The Broom Closet at 546 S. Main, Memphis in the Arcade building. There is free street parking and a free lot for our building. We suggest catching an Uber, Lyft or cab or having a friend or loved one drop off and pick up, so you can enjoy the tour without worry.

Join us for a unique afternoon showcasing the booming Memphis craft brewing scene. We offer Saturday afternoon tours which will give you a behind-the-scenes look at 3 Memphis brewers and samples of their finest brews. Our knowledgeable guide and non-drinking bus driver entertain along the route. The tour round trips from The Broom Closet at 546 S. Main, Memphis in the Arcade building. There is free street parking and a free lot for our building. We suggest catching an Uber, Lyft or cab or having a friend or loved one drop off and pick up, so you can enjoy the tour without worry.

Check in information
• Departs From The Broom Closet 546 S. Main St. Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your printed confirmation or email.