Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass
- Recorded commentary by audio headphones
- All entrance fees included
Immerse yourself in the life and times of Elvis Presley at Graceland. The Platinum Tour package includes the Graceland Mansion audio-guided tour, self-guided tour of Elvis' jets, the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum, a memorabilia museum called "Sincerely Elvis", the Elvis After Dark exhibit and a 22 minute film showcasing Elvis' fascinating career.
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Collect your Memphis Music Attraction Discount Pass in advance or at a central Memphis location
Regular Season: Monday to Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm, Sunday - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Winter Season (November to February): Wednesday to Monday - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Rock 'n' Soul Museum
Daily - 10:00am to 7:00pm
Tuesday to Saturday - 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday - 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Daily - 10:00am to 6:00pm (with admission on the half hour)
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Sun Studios, Memphis
- Admission to Sun Studios
- Admission to Stax Museum
- Admission to Rock 'n Soul Museum
- Admission to Graceland (Platinum Ticket Package)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Each attraction can be visited once only and admission is valid for one year from the date of collection
- Please note that this pass is for attractions only and does not include transportation
- You can not redeem your voucher directly at the attraction. Details for voucher redemption are explained on voucher
The home of Elvis Presley. The audio tour of Graceland Mansion is full of music and interesting stories about how Elvis lived in the home he loved so much. You will see the largest privately-owned collection of gold records in the world and Elvis' elaborate stage costumes and jewelry. The mansion tour ends with a quiet visit to the Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family are buried. You can also see Elvis' famous 1955 pink Cadillac in the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum and climb aboard his custom jet the "Lisa Marie".
Rock n Soul Museum
Finally, there's a place that tells the story of where the beat began. "Rock 'n Soul: Social Crossroads", a project initiated by the Smithsonian Institution, examines the history of Memphis music and its impact on cultural change. You'll see stage costumes, instruments, recording equipment, rare film footage, photographs and vintage jukeboxes from the 20s - 70s and you can listen to the recordings on your personal audio guide.
Stax Museum of American Soul Music
Located in Soulsville USA at the site of the original Stax Records, Stax Museum of American Soul Music celebrates the birth and life of soul music and its influence. The museum houses the definitive archives and more than 2,000 artifacts of the musical influences and international legacy of the legendary soul music label and its artists, and includes a reconstructed gospel church, records, Tina Turner's clothing, Isaac Hayes's Cadillac and more.
Sun Studio in Memphis is 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. Above the cafe is a new museum/gallery featuring hundreds of rare recordings, memorabilia, photographs, and vintage recording equipment.
Reviewed by: Rena B, August 2014
The four music venues that we went to were fantastic. We had a great tour at Sun Studio and Graceland was very much a "moment in time'. Rock and Soul was very interesting and self guided and Stax Record was especially worthwhile. Music aficionados must do these monuments to great music makers.
Reviewed by: Kristina E, July 2014
I enjoyed the entire experience! It was nice to walk right up with my voucher - no hassles and I already knew what I was spending. I enjoyed the full "Elvis experience" at Graceland - one did feel a bit "herded" through the house because it is a bit small and they need to keep visitors moving. I liked the audio tour that accompanied me. The memorabilia, cars and other exhibits made for a nice half-day tour. Parking at Graceland $10. The Stax Museum was lovely - a little treasure of racial harmony and history. I really enjoyed everything that the museum and foundation are accomplishing. It brought back a lot of memories of my youth. Parking -free. The Sun Studios tour was my favorite due to the enthusiasm of our tour guide and my new friends from Australia! The depth of musical history made in that recording studio (and it continues today) gives one goosebumps. I found free parking on the street. The Rock and Soul Museum provides a nice overview of the musical roots that have come together in Memphis. Again, the audio tour allows one to enjoy the museum at your own pace, focusing on your areas of interest. Paid for parking in downtown Memphis. The "courtesy" shuttle was was not running during my visit in June. As I had rented a car, this wasn't too much of a problem. However, my Australian friends got jammed. Have the name and number of a cab company handy "just in case." Overall, my visit to Memphis was wonderful!