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This tour was excellent,we were met by this sweet girl,who took us upstairs of the record studio to start the tour.She was very prepared to answer questions and to give us information on Sam Phillips,and the entertainers that were produced there at Sun Studios. Later we went downstairs to the actual recording studio.Was most interesting listening to clips made by Elvis and Roy Orbinson.Time on your own after to take pictures and to shop for gifts.
It was great. Everything worked to plan, could not have been better. Booking through Viator was a breeze.
Really interesting, we had a great time, highly recommended!
A visit to Sun Studio is a must on a visit to Memphis. Our guide was fab, and it was amazing to see where rock n' roll started!
Excellent value for money and highly informative.
For all the old rockers out there, this is a must see. To actually have trod the same paths as the legends of rock n' roll, this was brilliant.
This tour was taken as part of an 'Elvis Extravaganza' organised for my birthday by my Mum & Dad. It was pure nostalgia and the guide who, like me, was much too young to have been around at the time of the studio's historic events was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
I paid a visit to the Sun Studio in November and have to admit it was unbelievable. One can almost feel the presence of all the greats who made their debut in this historic mecca of Rock and Roll. It was truly inspirational.
This was my second visit. The music history that goes with this small studio is amazing. If I ever get the chance I would go again.
A great and special look back in history and to stand and be in the place where some of the greats recorded and performed will stay with me forever.
I am 4x the age of my 16-year old son and we both enjoyed it tremendously.
The tour was very informative on how Sun Studios began and the role Elvis Presley played in its history.