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The passes were good value for money.At each venue the staff were very cooperative and helpful.The passes were easy to use and accepted without any queries at the 4 places we went to.
FANTASTIC ! A must for Rock 'n' Roll, Soul and R and B music fans. This tour exceeded our expectations and was one of our most memorable tours ever. Our special thanks goes to Ms. Ecstasy Williams, one of the ladies who worked at the information desk at Graceland on the day of our tour, Sunday, Oct 20th. She enabled us to be admitted to Graceland, Stax Museum and Sun Studio because we unable to exchange our pre-paid Viator voucher for the Memphis Music Attraction Pass as Sweet Magnolia Tours was closed Saturdays and Sundays. Thank you Ecstasy.
Graceland was undeniably fantastic. We were impressed by the vast display of Elvis' Gold and Platinum Records and other memorabilia. There'll never be another Elvis - he was unique.
Stax Museum was equally great. We had no idea that so much of today's "classic" soul albums were recorded there. Truly monumental.
Sun Studio was a big surprise and just simply awesome. Here we were standing on the second floor of a tiny brick building on 706 Union St on "sacred ground" where Rock 'n' Roll was born ! We appreciated the young tour guide who was very motivated and re-told a vivid account of the history that was made there - his hand-out at the end of the tour pretty much sums up the importance of this place. The Sun Record Company "Greatest Hits" CD that we bought there is a cherished souvenir.
We were so engrossed with the first three tours that we arrived at the Rock 'n' Soul Museum too late to start this tour. That'll be for the next trip to Memphis. Thanks again Viator for these outstanding attractions in Memphis, a real highlight of our visit of the South.
Great way to see the major attractions for a reasonable price. Really easy to use. Thanks!
A perfect group of selections for music lovers!! Loved the free shuttle from downtown Rock 'N Soul museum to Graceland, then to Sun Studio, and finally back to Rock 'N Soul. We were able to complete tours at all three in a single day. A not too expensive cab ride ($10-15) from downtown to Stax was well worth the extra expense. Not to be missed!
It was great to see all the attractions. The contact person faxed the documents right to my hotel although I had forgot to phone 24 hours in advance. Don't forget the Lorraine Motel for the museum there and Don't miss the ducks at the Peabody.
Good deal, we saw what we wanted to without problem. Catch the free bus provided by Sun Studio, but start early otherwise you'll wait in line for ages.
Fantastic. Sun was handled expertly and with humour by the guide and the other 3 were excellent self guide tours. Graceland was the real surprise - expected tacky jingoism but it was surprisingly tastefully handled....bravo.
Fantastic tour. Loved Graceland, sun Studios and Rock and soul Museum. Was unable to go to Stax. Everything was well organized and people were helpful and pleasant.
We did these 4 in a 3 day time span and was worth it because we could do it at our own pace!!!!!! Thank you Viator!! plus if u pay out right for all tickets you will be paying close to $100 per set of 4 without Viator!
Attractions wonderful--Sun Studio particularly of great interest along with of course without saying GRACELAND ! Memphis truly is the home of the blues and birthplace of rock and roll--loved the area
Memphis is an amazing town and full of so much music history. Call ahead to Rock N Soul and Stax as they were both closed for private events when we were there. This only happens about twice a year so we had some bad luck I guess.
Graceland left me speechless. I didn't want to leave and I will definitely return!
Sun Studio was also one of my favorite tours. The tour guide was really into it and gave us a good idea of what happened when Elvis came in to record and Johnny Cash's early days there. So fun!