It’s Time for You to Rock & Roll in Memphis This Weekend!

The birthplace of rock and roll brings you plenty of intriguing sights and experiences. From Elvis Presley to Johnny Cash, the history here abounds and you can discover it all with the museums and tours Memphis has to offer. You’ll feel the spirit of music and the heritage of the legends around every corner. Plus, there’s delicious dining, premier shopping, and lots of lodging options to choose from. So pack your bags and head to Memphis to check out these attractions and more!

The Memphis Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum on Beale Street explores Memphis artists and music from the 1930s to the 1970s. You’ll learn about their racial barriers and socioeconomic hardships that they crossed over with their passion for the music they loved. It’s bound to be an inspiring and learning experience for everyone.

Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley all recorded at Sun Studio. The Sun Studio Guided Tour takes you into the studio that was opened in 1950 and made an impact like no one could have expected. It is now a National Historic Landmark and houses rare memorabilia and historic recordings. The legacy of Sun Studios is incomparable as many legendary musicians from years ago to recent have recorded here. It’s a delight to share in that history with this tour.

The King is alive and well with Elvis Presley’s Graceland Experience. As you go through this audio tour of the mansion, you’ll see the Jungle Room, business office and trophy building, and then you’ll head across the street for a self-guided tour of Elvis’s two custom airplanes. You’ll also explore the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum featuring the King’s beloved car collection, driver’s license, and leather jackets. You’ve got to see this when you’re in Memphis.

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