Memphis Day Trip VIP Access to Graceland

Experience the city of Memphis, TN and walk in the footsteps of legends. Included is VIP access at Graceland, a tour of Sam Phillips’ famed Sun Studios, and a duck walk at the lavish Peabody Hotel. Take time on your own to explore Beale Street

tour type charter
SATURDAY departure – 6:30am for a 7:00am tour departure time
$175 per adult
$99 per child (4-11)
Approximately 15 hours PICK-UP DETAILS – please be in hotel lobby at 6:30 am and the tour coach will pick up at between 6:30 and 7:00 am.

If Booking within 48 hours prior to tour departure time, please book with us by calling 615-883-5555. Online bookings may be shut off after this time, but there is still availability.
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The Tour

Experience the legendary character of Memphis, TN and see why this city is mentioned in more song lyrics than any other place on earth. Located on the Mighty Mississippi River, Memphis is the birthplace of Rock ‘n’ Roll, the capitol of Blues and home to some of the best Bar-B-Que you can put in your mouth.

Ride with Gray Line for a full-day adventure as we walk in the footsteps of legends. Celebrate 60 years of Rock ‘n’ Roll with a visit to Elvis Pressley’s home, Graceland. Enjoy a VIP access pass at Graceland complete with a souvenir lanyard. We’ll see the burial site of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, walk through the Elvis car museum and see two deluxe airplanes that were used for tours and traveling. We will also take time for lunch on your own at Graceland, allowing you to get even more out of your time at this world-renowned place.

Next, we’re off to learn what accident set Rock ‘n’ Roll in motion at Sam Phillips’ famed Sun Studios in the heart of Downtown Memphis. Take a guided tour to see what the recording process used to be like. Hear the stories of how many legends got their start here, such as Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis and the King himself, Elvis Pressley.

A trip to Memphis wouldn’t be complete without a duck walk. See the famous Peabody ducks make their way down the red carpet from their fountain to the elevator as they head to bed at the lavish Peabody Hotel. Hear the story about why this started and how it continues today.

Then take a little time on your own to explore Beale Street, where you could dive in to some Blues and Bar Be Que, or take a short stroll to the Memphis Rock n Soul Museum. There’s plenty to do in this lively downtown scene.