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Historic Memphis Walking Tour

Historic Memphis Walking Tour - Memphis, Tennessee
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Memphis, Tennessee

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$20.00

This two-hour walking tour of Memphis explores the city's rich history at a fun and leisurely pace. You'll explore historic Cotton Row and Court Square, the lovely and historic heart of 19th century Memphis; enjoy sweeping views of the Mississippi River; and hear fascinating tales of rebels during the Civil War as well as Prohibition Era bootleggers ... More info ›

This two-hour walking tour of Memphis explores the city's rich history at a fun and leisurely pace. You'll explore historic Cotton Row and Court Square, the lovely and historic heart of 19th century Memphis; enjoy sweeping views of the Mississippi River; and hear fascinating tales of rebels during the Civil War as well as Prohibition Era bootleggers. You'll also experience a time-honored Memphis tradition, the famous March of the Ducks at The Peabody Hotel. This tour is suitable for the whole family.

Meet your guide on Beale Street at 9:30am to begin your leisurely stroll through the tree-lined streets of Memphis.

Memphis is both a gracious old Southern city of riverboats and cotton money, and a rowdy river town of roughnecks, gangsters and gamblers. Your guide will unfold the city’s colorful history and some of the characters who have made it one of the world’s most unique and interesting cities.  Along the way you’ll see:

  • Historic Court Square
  • Fourth Bluff Park, overlooking the Mississippi River
  • Civil War sites (the Battle of Memphis and Forrest's Raid)
  • Cotton Row
  • Panoramic rooftop views of the city
  • Deadman's Alley
  • Main Street, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s last march
The tour includes watching the famous Peabody Ducks march into the fountain in the hotel's Grand Lobby, a Memphis tradition dating back to 1933!

The tour ends on Beale Street at 11:30am.

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Downtown Memphis Beale Street Walking Tour

Downtown Memphis Beale Street Walking Tour - Memphis, Tennessee
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Duration: 45 minutes
Location: Memphis, Tennessee

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$10.00

Join this 45-minute walking tour of historic Beale Street. Voted “America’s Most Iconic Street” by USA Today, Beale Street is steeped in colorful history ... More info ›

Join this 45-minute walking tour of historic Beale Street. Voted “America’s Most Iconic Street” by USA Today, Beale Street is steeped in colorful history. From the early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city’s vibrant African-American culture, you'll explore the stories behind the legends and the colorful characters who helped make Beale Street the “Home of the Blues.”

After meeting your guide at the ticket podium at BB King Blues Club at 11:45am, you'll begin a 45-minute guided tour of the famous Beale Street in downtown Memphis. Known as one of Americas most Iconic streets. Beale Street is steeped in colorful history. From the early days of sin and vice to its heyday as the center of the city's vibrant African-American culture and the struggle for civil rights, you'll explore the stories behind the legends and the musicians, gangsters, crooks and heroes who helped make Beale Street the 'Home of the Blues.'

The tour includes A. Schwab's old fashioned general store and soda fountain founded in 1876 (the city's oldest business), Handy Park, where you can hear the sounds of Memphis, and the original Lansky Bros. Clothing store, the "Clothier to the King," where the young Elvis Presley adopted his signature style. You'll also see the historic Gallina Building and old Saloon Row, including one of the most notorious early 20th century whiskey dens known as "The Castle of Missing Men."

The tour ends at 12:30pm at BB King Blues Club.

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