Memphis, Tennessee is home to the Graceland Mansion where you can choose between an audio or self-guide tour of Elvis' home, enjoying videos, photos, personal mementos, movie memorabilia, and even The King of Rock and Rolls' own automobile museum.
This studio features never seen before artifacts like the microphone Elvis Presley used to record That's All Right, his very first song in 1954 as well as other items from the Presley Estate located in Graceland and more.
See the sights of Memphis, Tennessee in climate controlled comfort with Memphis Guided Bus Tours, a three hour ride around the city with stops at Beale Street, Victorian Village, the Pyramid and Graceland.
The Memphis Mojo Tour sets itself apart from its competition because its guides are musicians who deliver comments about what visitors are seeing in the form of songs, and the bus features tambourines and other instruments so guests can participate.
You will enjoy spending time in this historical restaurant situated in the heart of downtown where you can dine tamales, steaks, chicken, fried catfish and drink a nice cold beer while listening to live entertainment.
Visitors learn about the history of this famous company, legendary artists that have played Gibson guitars, and the production of these iconic musical instruments, including wood selection, cutting, sanding, finishing, hand wiring of electronics, and stringent quality control.
Documenting an important time in American history the National Civil Rights museum in Memphis highlights such historical events such as the March on Washington to the assassination of Civil Rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.
The Graceland Platinum Tour is the finest tour experience available at the famed Graceland Mansion, and it includes a tour of Elvis's archives, his meditation garden and a close-up look at his car collection, which includes his pink Cadillac.