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Our guide was excellent. Unfortunately, it was drizzling rain, and with the COVID restrictions, we didn't see or do much. We got out of the bus at Victorian Village to look at the outside of a house and got out at the Lorraine Hotel. We didn't even go by the Orpheum Theater, Gibson Guitar Factory (which I think no longer exists), or historic Cotton Row, nor did we go into the Peabody Hotel or Lansky Brothers. We did have lunch at Central BBQ, which was good. I'm not sure I would recommend this tour as long as COVID restrictions are in place.

Memphis: City Discovery 3-Hour Bus Tour Reviewed by Linda, 10/28/2020

too expensive for the experience don't like the earphones etc, should be a presenter should get a meal voucher noted in the building if you buy ticket onsite you get a voucher, doesn't have to be full meal price but a voucher towards a meal we were gone 18 hrs because of accident and weather but even 15 hrs should include a meal, paid over $400 canadian, think $448 , think we should get a discount for the time all day we had to get a snack at graceland and then a meal around 4-5 p.m. sho that is another $50

Nashville to Graceland Memphis VIP Tour Reviewed by Debbie, 10/28/2019

Very nice tour, the duck walk was kind of silly but the hotel is beautiful Would prefer to spend time in a comfortable lobby chair with a nice mimosa Lunch was a very good pork sandwich, it’s just preference but I prefer my coleslaw sweet The homemade chips are good if you doctor them up with the seasoning they have on the table The museum is excellent

Memphis: City Discovery 3-Hour Bus Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 02/29/2020

Enjoyed everything on trip! Larry the bus driver was knowledgable about Memphis Tn. Along with his humor! I would myself Enjoy also a longer bus ride of Memphis along with more history telling, if they would have that available as well!

Memphis: City Discovery 3-Hour Bus Tour Reviewed by Jerry, 03/09/2020

Fantastic, immersive experience that gives you a terrific background and picture of soul/funk/R&B and how Black music was born and evolved over the 20th century, as well as how Stax fit into that picture and advanced it.

Memphis: Stax Museum of American Soul Music Reviewed by Anonymous, 08/27/2020