Memphis Mojo Tour
If you're going to visit the city, make sure you catch a motorcoach adventure with this exciting journey for a unique way to experience all that this wonderful southern city has to offer as a local musician shows you the sites of the city. A great addition to your vacation, you'll laugh and tap your toes in time with the 'guides.' With the Extended Mojo ticket, you'll have the opportunity to explore Sun Studio, for an extra admission fee, which is home to many of the area's famous musical sons and daughters.
Visit Beale Street, Stax Records, the Lorraine Motel, local spots featured in movies and more. You'll get to see hot spots in the city, though the music is really it is all about. This city is known as the home of the Blues, and this adventure can really make you see why. Learn all about the rich history of music in the city. You'll also get the chance to meet some real entertaining characters who will keep you laughing.
Beale Street: One of the most popular areas, Beale Street is home to so many different bars, pubs, and musical landmarks. This area is interlaced with the history of blues music, giving unique insight into the history of Blues City and its influence on the music industry. Some of the landmarks on historic Beale street include the Hard Rock Cafe, Blues City Cafe, BB King's Blues Club, and the Rock 'N Soul Museum.
Stax Records: This record label is one of the most famous recording companies in the world. This record label began in 1957 and is known for its contributions to blues music and completely revolutionizing the genre. Just a few of the artists that were signed to Stax Records include Otis Redding, Booker T and the MGs, and Steve Cropper.
Lorraine Motel: Home to The National Civil Rights Museum, the Lorraine Motel is a historic landmark. This hotel was the site of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, a pioneer for the Civil Rights Movement. Within the hotel, guests will be able to explore a variety of exhibits dedicated to the Civil Rights Movement and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and other revolutionary Civil Rights Movement leaders.
One aspect of this amazing journey that will thrill everyone is the fact that the audience can join in and make music with the musicians. Tambourines, shakers and bongos throughout the bus let you take the fun into your own hands and join in. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to understand our nation's rich musical heritage, hang out with local musicians and comedians and make your own music as you ride! This adventure is among the many fun things to do, but not to be missed!
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- Is photography / video recording allowed?
- Where does the tour meet?
197 Beale St; There is plenty of nearby paid parking.
- What methods of transportation does it use?
This is a bus tour.
- Is there any walking involved?
Yes, there is about a mile of walking.
- Approximately how long does it last?
The tour lasts approximately 90 minutes. The combo lasts approximately 2.5 hours.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
This is great for all ages.
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