Rock 'n' Roll Music Walking Tour

Jerry Lee Lewis

Memphis has been mentioned in over 2000 songs and there's a reason why. Memphis is one of America's greatest music cities. 

Known for our Blues, the birthplace of Rock N” Roll and soul music. We had the biggest artists in the business get their start right here in Memphis. From Elvis to B.B. King to Otis Redding, we had the biggest stars in the world. Visit the streets they walked and get an insider's look at the city they made famous.

 

On your private walking tour of Memphis, you will:

  • Meet your guide at the Orpheum Theatre, which is known  to have some of the biggest stars perform on its stage

  • Find out who is responsible for bringing the blues to 

    Memphis and visit the house they lived in

  • Visit the hotel that was once considered the finest hotel in the Mid-South and discover a tradition that has been    going on there for almost 100 years

  • See the radio station that was the first all-black radio    station in the country and hear about its impact on the    Memphis music scene

  • Take a stroll down Beale Street and discover the hidden history of Beale Street, see where clubs such as The            Domino Lounge are hidden in plain sight and hear about the characters that made up Beale Street, like Robert        Church and his impact on the black community of Memphis.

 

You will finish with a guided tour at Sun Studio, known as "The Birthplace Of Rock 'n' Roll".  

 

While on this tour, you will also hear about the early history of Memphis and how the city began over 200 years ago. There is so much to know in Memphis but this tour will explain why Beale Street is so important to the music that was made here.

 

Book your Rock 'n' Roll Music Walking Tour today with Meteor Tours.

3.5 Hours | Walking Tour | Starting From $75 Per Person (For A Group Of 5)

Tour Includes:
Private Walking Tour Of Memphis
45-Minute Guided Tour Of Sun Studio 
Transportation To Sun Studio

Call Before Booking To Receive Up To 15% Off Your Tour

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