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Excellent tour, the guide was very informative, certainly was great to see where it all began
Very well done. Learned a lot about the early days of recording.
Our guides were very informative. Most of the people in my party were not big Elvis fans but they enjoyed the tour and learned a few things about him.
Another great tour and one not to be missed. If you like music, the historical perspective is wonderful. It is truly standing on the steps of music history as the influence is still felt today. Sun studios is full of memorabilia that relates to so many well-known musicians. The tour guide was full of energy, made it a great deal of fun and certainly knew the history of the studio. Well done and worth the visit. I am going to Nashville next and will follow up with a visit to RCA where many of the Sun artists went to next.
Well informed and humorous tour guide aided by historic displays. A must do for those with even a minor interest in the development of 20 th century popular music
Great tour and the guides at sun studios are so enthusiastic and really made the tour fun and exciting. Can highly recommend it, very informative.
Amazing amazing had such a great time thank you thank you . tour guide was great :-)))))
This tour is fascinating and to stand where Elvis stood is a real highlight
An awesome place to visit and the History is amazing. 10/10 if you go you must visit
Fantastic Experience!! Great bus driver in Michelle who knew everything. Really Good.
Fantastic tour....and just fantastic to be standing in the same spot where a lot of rock and roll music was born. Spine tingling moments as you realise that you are standing where legends like Elvis, Johnny Cash, U2, Roy Orbison stood to record some of their records. Highly recommend.
Fantastic!!! great tour guide, wonderful place to hang out for a while and take in where Elvis and other early rock and roll stars made their first recordings of their music.