Memphis is a vibrant city with a rich musical and historical heritage. Dripping with southern hospitality, groups love its energy and soul. Visit the Stax Museum and explore the roots of soul music. Check out the Rock n Soul Museum for a comprehensive story of music in Memphis. Experience the National Civil Rights Museum and the Lorraine Motel, where the Civil Rights movement took hold. Of course, no trip to Memphis is complete without a stop at Graceland, home to the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley!
Memphis Hidden Gem
The Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis stands as a monument to elegance and home to… ducks? Yep! Everyday day at exactly 11:00 a.m., the feathered fowl waddle from their rooftop penthouse, down the elevator, and across the red carpet to the lobby’s marble fountain! The Peabody Duckmaster has the distinguished responsibility of guiding them there and back on their return trip at 5:00 p.m. Stop in and enjoy the show during your exploration time - you won’t be “billed”!
· Sun Studio
· Edge Motor Museum
· National Civil Rights Museum
· Slave Haven Underground Museum
· W.C. Handy Museum
· Rock N’ Soul Museum
· Stax Museum
· BB King’s Blues Club
PER PERSON RATE - Shared room with 4 people and 2 beds.
PER PERSON RATE - Shared room with 3 people and 2 beds.
PER PERSON RATE - Shared room with 2 people and 2 beds.
Private room for one person.
Music and culture take center stage as you begin your Memphis adventure. Tour Sun Studio where legends were made and Edge Motor Museum, boasting iconic sports cars from post-war America. Follow with a stop at the National Civil Rights Museum and explore the history of U.S. Civil Rights Movement. Wrap up a busy day with southern comfort food at BB King’s!