- Narrated Memphis sightseeing tour
- Cruise along the Mississippi River and see Victorian homes, historical statues and cultural landmarks
- Pass the Pyramid Arena and the Lorraine Hotel, where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated
- Stop at the Peabody Hotel to see the famous ducks march along
- Upgrade to include admission to the Graceland Mansion, Elvis Presley's former home
Recent Photos of This Tour
The Tour BusPhoto by: Jimmy D S
Burris Family ReunionPhoto by: denise
Love BusPhoto by: Janet D
Canada, 07 2014
On Island Queen DeckPhoto by: Janet D
Canada, 07 2014
IMG_3489Photo by: Janet D
Canada, 07 2014
At Flynn's down Beale St.. ...Photo by: Christopher P
Bus TourPhoto by: Eric W
What You Can Expect
See statues of Elvis Presley and BB King and pass the National Civil Rights Museum, located in the Lorraine Hotel, where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated.
Stop at Schwab, a 120-year-old general store, and pass St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Sun Studio, and the Pyramid Arena, an astounding 20,142-seat arena resembling an Egyptian pyramid.
You’ll also stop at the Peabody Hotel, famous for the 'Peabody Ducks' that live on the hotel’s rooftop and make their way to the lobby in a daily 'March of Ducks' celebration.
Optional Graceland Admission
Upgrade to include admission to the Graceland Mansion, Elvis Presley’s former home. See his personal mementos, photos, costumes and collection of gold and platinum records as you journey from the icon’s humble beginnings, through his rise to stardom and on to his tragic death.
After your tour, you’ll be taken back to your Memphis hotel.
We did this tour without the Graceland Admission because we had already spent the entire day there the day before. Otherwise, the Graceland option would be money well spent. Its about US$22 from Downtown Memphis to Graceland. Now, the tour starts at the Welcome Centre. Not a lot to see there but it is growing. Our absolutely amazing driving Michelle then took us through the streets of Memphis pointing out all the interesting sights and history, from Mud Island to the beautiful old stately homes on Millionaires Row. We were shown the sporting grounds and stadiums and then on the St. Judes Hospital. Wow, I had no idea that this hospital existed, and all thanks to Danny Thomas (entertainer) who is buried with his wife onsite. The story behind this hospital is quite incredible. The Peabody Ducks are such a treat to see and Beale Street during the day is a very different experience. We did all things Elvis, because well we are in Memphis and of course I am a fan. Michelle went out of her way today to make our trip special. As we were the only ones today, she took us to Forest Hill Cemetery and showed us the mausoleum where Elvis's body lay until its return to Graceland. She dropped us at Sun Records at our request at the end of our tour. So much to see and a great day out.
The guides were wonderful and flexible and gave us two times to return so didnt have to rush. Graceland was great. Best tour