This pass is your golden key to four of the greatest attractions of music capital Memphis.
Use it to unlock the wonders of Graceland, Elvis’s beloved home. See his legendary collection of gold records, elaborate costumes, famous pink Cadillac and custom jet ‘Lisa Marie’.
Visit the Rock‘n’Soul museum to discover why the beat began in Memphis and find out about the people who made it happen. Learn about the music that rocked and changed the world.
Then drop into Stax Museum, the world’s only soul museum. Its mission is to keep the memory of Stax soul legends alive forever. See Tina Turner’s clothes, Isaac Hayes’s Cadillac and more.
Complete the quartet with a visit to Sun Studios, birthplace of Rock'n'Roll. See the studio where so many music legends, from Elvis Presley to Johnny Cash, launched their careers.
There is no hotel pick-up for this tour. With your Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass you can tour the musical highlights of Memphis at your leisure and in any order you wish. The pass is valid for 1 visit to each attraction within a calendar year.
The pass includes the following :
• Graceland (Elvis Presley’s home)
• Rock n Soul Museum:
• Stax Museum of American Soul Music:
• Sun Studio
Graceland (Elvis Presley’s home):
You’ll gain a real insight into Elvis’s life from the excellent audio tour of his beloved home, Graceland Mansion. As you explore the luxurious house and listen to the music and stories, you’ll learn all about Elvis’s extraordinary career and the cultural and social barriers he faced.
Among other fascinating displays, you’ll see Elvis’s vast collection of gold records, as well as photographsjewelry and his elaborate stage costumes. And at the end of your tour you’ll visit the Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family are buried.
Elsewhere on Graceland estate you can view the final resting place of the legendary singer, plus Elvis's amazing car collection, including the famous 1955 pink Cadillac. You can also climb aboard his custom jet ‘Lisa Marie’, and see the gold-plated seatbelts, suede chairs, 24-carat gold-flecked sinks and more.
Afterwards, you can explore the Graceland Plaza, which offers fabulous shopping and restaurants.
Rock n Soul Museum:
This cutting-edge museum tells the story of how the beat began in Memphis. ‘Rock ‘n’ Soul: Social Crossroads’, a project developed by the Smithsonian Institution, tells the story of Memphis music and the way it’s shaped our lives.
An information- packed audio guide answers questions such as: ‘Why did rock ‘n’ roll and soul music begin in Memphis?’ and ‘Why did blues music, which began in the neighboring countryside, come to Memphis and Beale Street before going to the world?’
You will also see stage costumes, instruments, recording equipment, rare film footage, photographs, and vintage jukeboxes from the 1920s – 1970s.
Stax Museum of American Soul Music:
Located in Soulsville at the site of the original Stax Records, this multimedia museum celebrates the birth, life and influence of soul music.
It’s the world’s only soul music museum and houses more than 2,000 artifacts related to the artists and their music. On display are: a reconstructed gospel church, records, Tina Turner’s clothing, Isaac Hayes’s Cadillac and much more.
Sun Studio: These recording studios are the birthplace of Rock'n'Roll. Today, the studio where Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King, Rufus Thomas, Howlin' Wolf, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, and many others launched their careers, is open to the public for tours daily while still operating as a studio by night.
Sun Studio Café (payable direct) is located next door to the studio. Above the cafe is a new museum/ gallery featuring hundreds of rare recordings, memorabilia, photographs, and vintage recording equipment.
Your tour ends at your convenience.
We had a fantastic time at Graceland, it was all we hoped and more. The Sun Studio and Rock and Soul Museum were also as good as we had hoped. Great price from isandgo compared... R R Digby
When we arrived at the "Heart Break Hotel" in memphis I handed over the voucher I printed in the UK with the understanding I woulc receive a further voucher for entrance to... Tina Page
Rock n Soul Museum: Daily
Stax Museum of American Soul Music: Tuesday - Sunday
Sun Studio: Varies
Your Pass is valid for 1 entry to each attraction for the calendar year
Opening hours of the venues:
01 Mar – 31 Oct: Monday - Saturday 09:00am - 05:00pm. Sunday 10:00am - 04:00pm
01 Nov – 30 Nov: Daily 10:00am - 04:00pm
Rock n Soul Museum:
10:00am - 07:00pm
Stax Museum of American Soul Music:
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am - 05:00pm.Sunday 01:00pm - 05:00pm
Duration: Your Pass is valid for 1 entry to each attraction for the calendar year
There is no hotel pick up. The tour starts from whichever attraction you choose.
The tour ends at your convenience
Remember your camera. You can take photographs with a regular still or digital cameras in the Graceland complex but you mustn’t use flash inside the mansion or inside any museums or attractions. Tripods and audiovisual equipment are not allowed on most of the Graceland estate, or at Rock‘n’Soul and Stax Museums
It is mandatory for the customers to contact the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the start of the tour to reconfirm departure details
Please send your booking request via email or by phone to the email address and telephone numbers provided on your booking voucher and your voucher will be emailed directly to you or faxed to you at your home, office or your hotel
Client will physically come to our office & redeem it for our voucher. Our office hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm, Mon - Fri. We are closed on all major holidays & are closed on some days next to a holiday (as the Fri after Thanksgiving.) Recommended copy to be printed on your voucher,