Memphis, Tennessee
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Our most recommended Memphis, Tennessee Neighborhood Tours

  • Memphis: City Discovery 3-Hour Bus Tour

    1. Memphis: City Discovery 3-Hour Bus Tour

    Get the complete Memphis experience on this all-inclusive 3-hour tour. Part history tour, part attraction-hopping, part food tour, this excursion will introduce you to everything that makes Memphis special.   Among other highlights, you’ll visit the Lorraine Motel to see the balcony where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spent his last moments. Explore the exhibitions at the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, and the Peabody Hotel to see the famous Duck March (led by the ceremonious Duckmaster). Along the way, you’ll pass by some favorite Memphis sights, including the Victorian Village, Orpheum Theater, historic Cotton Row, Beale Street, and Hotel Chisca, where DJ Dewey Philips played Elvis for the first time.   At lunchtime, stop in to Central BBQ to sample some of the best barbecue in Memphis.

    The tour was very informative. Our tour guide made it a very fun experience. I would definitely recommend doing this tour when you are In Memphis.

  • Memphis: 1-Hour Beale Street Guided Walking Tour

    2. Memphis: 1-Hour Beale Street Guided Walking Tour

    Explore Beale Street, the Memphis street which was voted “America’s Most Iconic Street” by USA Today. Learn about Beale Street’s colorful history, from its early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city’s vibrant African-American culture. Discover the stories behind the legends, musicians, gangsters, politicians, and crooks who helped make Beale Street the “The Home of the Blues.” Visit A. Schwab’s, Beale Street’s oldest store. See Handy Park, a popular venue for outdoor concerts. Check out the clothes at Old Lanksky’s, where Elvis Presley used to buy his suits. Stroll down Saloon Row and see the clubs and bars. See “The Castle of Missing Men,” AKA the Monarch Club, which was known as being the last stop for many unlucky gamblers.

  • Memphis: 2-Hour Guided Historic Walking Tour

    3. Memphis: 2-Hour Guided Historic Walking Tour

    This 2-hour walking tour of Memphis sheds light on the city's fascinating history. Memphis has always had something of a dual character or split personality: at once a gracious old-Southern city of riverboats and cotton money, as well as a rowdy river town of roughnecks, gangsters, and gamblers. Your guide will highlight both sides of the city’s history and some of the characters who have made Memphis one of the most unique and colorful places in the world. Along the way you’ll see the Historic Court Square, Fourth Bluff Park overlooking the Mississippi River, and a couple locations significant to the Civil War, including the sites of the Battle of Memphis and Forrest's Raid. Walk through Cotton Row and a gain a new perspective from a rooftop over the city. Pass through Deadman's Alley, Main Street, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s last march. The tour also includes watching the famous...

    Loved walking the streets and learning about the start of the city and how it has evolved

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The tour was very informative. Our tour guide made it a very fun experience. I would definitely recommend doing this tour when you are In Memphis.

Loved walking the streets and learning about the start of the city and how it has evolved

Come to Memphis, food, good, traffic ok, it's safe ... friendly people

This was a wonderful tour. Larry was our tour guide and he was awesome.

Larry was excellent very informative great driving skills timely.