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Lors de ce tour à pied de Memphis, admirez des monuments d'architecture tels que la fontaine de Court Square, la Lincoln American Tower et la Calvary Episcopal Church tout en écoutant des histoires divertissantes racontées par votre guide sur les fascinants pionniers de Memphis, la Guerre de Sécession et l'histoire de l'époque de la Prohibition. Admirez une vue splendide sur le fleuve du Mississippi et assistez à la marche des célèbres canards du Peabody au Peabody Memphis Hotel. Ce tour convient à toute la famille.
Very knowledgeable tour guide. We enjoyed seeing some of the sights of memphis. The Peabody hotel and ducks were awesome to see in person. The guide also had a way with words as he spoke of famous persons who made their way through memphis. Very worth it.
We’ve been to Memphis many times and this time decided to take a tour to learn about the history. What a great decision that was. Our guide, and I don’t remember his name, was great! Learned many things about the buildings and the history of downtown Memphis. He recommended places to eat and other things to do afterwards too.
It was a record low of 34 degrees with wind chill down to 23 degrees this morning. We were going to cancel, but we met our guide, Mike, and the tour folks arranged for a bus to take us uptown instead of walking. By dodging into several hotels, we were able to complete the trip, cold but completely satisfied. Mike was outstanding. He has a ready smile and gave Memphis history a bright side. Don't miss this trip, it is worth every penny.
The Historical Memphis Walking Tour was interesting but not a slam dunk. We did walk around downtown and it was fun but not as historical based as I would have like. The highlight was seeing the ducks at The Peabody but that is something you can do on your own.
It was a nice leisurely pace, good for my wife and I yet I hoped to see more and hear more about the history of Memphis.