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Guided Tour of Memphis, Tennessee

Experience Southern hospitality at its finest as you explore the highlights of Memphis, Tennessee as part of our Memphis and Tunica Casino group bus tour. Located on the Mississippi River just east of Arkansas and north of Mississippi, Memphis sits in the southwest corner of Tennessee. While Memphis is known for its blues and barbeque that is not all it has to offer, beyond these signature draws, Memphis is also art, urban playgrounds and history, from the mighty Mississippi River to the gates of Graceland.

Memphis sign, Memphis, Tennessee

Enjoy our Guided Tour of Memphis, Tennessee

Street Corner, Memphis, Tennessee

Street Corner, Memphis, Tennessee

Historic Steet in Memphis, Tennessee

Historic Steet in Memphis, Tennessee

Lighted Bridge, Memphis, Tennessee

Lighted Bridge, Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis waterways, Tennessee

Memphis waterways, Tennessee

Aerial View of Memphis, Tennessee

Aerial View of Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis sign at night, Memphis, Tennessee

Enjoy Memphis nightlife

Memphis sign, Memphis, Tennessee Enjoy our Guided Tour of Memphis, Tennessee
Street Corner, Memphis, Tennessee Street Corner, Memphis, Tennessee
Historic Steet in Memphis, Tennessee Historic Steet in Memphis, Tennessee
Lighted Bridge, Memphis, Tennessee Lighted Bridge, Memphis, Tennessee
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Visiting Memphis TN by Bus

During your guided tour of Memphis discover the divergent cultures that make Memphis unique, those same cultures that, when blended together, have produced some of the significant music of the twentieth century.

Downtown Memphis

Located along the Mississippi River, Downtown Memphis is the oldest part of the city with the majority of Memphis’ office, retail, entertainment and dinning spaces. Notable attractions include the Mississippi Riverfront, Cotton Row, the National Civil Rights Museum and The Peabody Hotel.

Mississippi Riverfront

The second longest river in the United States and the largest by volume, the Mississippi River acts as the western border of Memphis. Running adjacent to Riverside Drive in Downtown Memphis, the river is an attraction and a thoroughfare for commerce and transportation. Watch as barges carrying such goods as grain, rubber, paper, wood, coffee, coal and other products travel up and down the Mississippi River, or admire the miles of public land along the Memphis’ banks of the Mississippi.

Cotton Row

Located on Front Street in Downtown Memphis, along the docks of the Mississippi River is Cotton Row, a designated historic district. Once the hub of the South’s cotton industry, most of America’s cotton was once shipped through the docks two blocks away. Delight in warehouses and old storefronts as you make your way down Cotton Row, many of which have been renovated since the early 20th century.

National Civil Rights Museum

Chronicling the Civil Rights Movement from 1619 to 2000, the National Civil Rights Museum allows guests to journey through time and experience firsthand what it was like for the brave men and women who fought for freedom and equality. A complex of museums and historic buildings built around the former Lorraine Motel, the National Civil Rights Museum was where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was fatally shot in April of 1968.

March of the Peabody Ducks

A legendary and luxurious hotel in the heart of Memphis, The Peabody Hotel is one of Memphis’ most popular attractions known for the Peabody Ducks that live on the hotel rooftop and make daily treks through the lobby. Delight in Peabody Ducks as they march to and from the Grand Lobby in the Peabody, in a time-honored tradition that dates back to 1933. 

Aerial View of Memphis, Tennessee Aerial View of Memphis, Tennessee