Remember Elvis with a Trip to Memphis
Memphis, Tennessee has become almost synonymous with Elvis Presley. With Graceland, the Heartbreak Hotel and so many more Elvis sites in the city, Memphis is the ultimate vacation destination for Elvis fans in particular, and music fans in general. Spring time is the ideal time to come to Memphis to pay tribute to the king of rock and roll.
Elvis Presley’s Graceland Platinum Experience
Any visit to Memphis should include a trip to Elvis’ famed Graceland Mansion. With the Graceland Platinum Experience you not only get to visit the mansion, but you will also gain entry to two museums, the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum and the Sincerely Elvis Memorabilia Museum. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to see the inside of Elvis Presley’s private custom made airplanes. In addition, you can commemorate the King by laying flowers upon his final resting place in the Meditation Garden. The Graceland Platinum Experience is the ultimate Elvis’ fan experience.
Sun Studio Guided Tour
Situated right in the heart of downtown Memphis, Sun Studio boasts of giving Elvis Presley his start. Other artists that launched their careers here include Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Sun Studio is the only recording studio in the country designated a National Historic Landmark. Come visit and see rock memorabilia like the microphone used by Elvis in 1954 to record his first song. When you are finished touring the studio you can also enjoy food and drink at the 50s style Sun Studio Soda Shop.
Hard Rock Cafe – Memphis, TN
If you are looking for a good meal in Memphis, look no further than the Hard Rock Café where you can dine surrounded by instruments and personal items from great performers like Bo Diddley, Janis Joplin, U2, and of course, Elvis Presley. You will find yourself very much at home as you dine and rock and roll at the Hard Rock Café.