Navigation

No products in the cart.

Rhythms of the South Vacation Holiday

Return to Previous Page

Product Description

When it comes to American music, all roads lead to the Deep South.  There’s no better way to understand the life of Deep South USA than to take a tour through its musical landscape – soulful blues, brassy jazz, country twang, riverboat calliopes and gospel choirs. Live music venues abound in the Deep South from the Country Music Hall of Fame to the Grand Ole Opry in Tennessee and the legendary studios of Alabama’s Muscle Shoals to Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero blues bar in Clarksdale, Mississippi to Beale Street in Memphis.  There’s live music year-round, performed in authentic and intimate settings where the memories will last a lifetime.  Mississippi gave birth to another king, a certain Elvis Aaron Presley, in a 2- room, shotgun house in Tupelo. His love of music began here when his mother bought him a guitar from the Tupelo Hardware Store for his eleventh birthday. When the Presley family moved to Memphis, Elvis Presley joined forces with Sam Phillips at Sun Studio to revolutionize popular music and Rock’n’Roll was born.

But there is more than music. Memphis and Mississippi also mean the mellow way of life in the Deep South. The South of mint juleps and magnolia trees, of folklore and fable, and warm hospitality. The South of Civil War, where preserved battle sites and historic homes bear witness to the tragedy of a nation torn apart. The South of Civil Rights strife, where you can trace the African-Americans’ enduring struggle for freedom.  You can also request prices mixing 3* & 4* hotels.

Included Features:
–  
Hotel accommodations & all local taxes for 10 nights.
–  Daily breakfast
–  Attractions listed in below
–  Maps of cities & states & suggested driving routes.

CITIES MODERATE SUPERIOR
Nashville 2 nights Holiday Inn Express Opryland Drury Plaza Downtown
Muscle Shoals 1 night Coldwater Inn Coldwater Inn
Memphis 2 nights Comfort Inn Downtown Westin Hotel Beale St
Cleveland 1 night Hampton Inn Cotton House Hotel
Natchez 1 night Grand Hotel Monmouth Plantation B&B
Lafayette 1 night Comfort Suites LA Cajun Mansion B&B
New Orleans 2 nights Magnolia Hotel Monteleone Hotel

Included in the Prices:

Nashville & Middle TN

  • Tour the Country Music Hall of Fame & Studio B
  • Visit historic Ryman Auditorium (original home of the Grand Ole Opry)
  • Grand Ole Opry Tier 1 seat followed by a Backstage Tour
  • Jack Daniel’s Distillery Tasting Tour

Muscle Shoals, AL Area & Tupelo, MS

  • Muscle Shoals Sound Studio
  • Alabama Music Hall of Fame
  • Elvis Birthplace

Jackson & West TN

  • Legends of TN Music Museum (featuring Carl Perkins)
  • Delta Heritage Center
    • Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School
    • Sleepy John Estes’ home

Memphis, TN

  • Lunch on Beale Street
  • Rock n Soul Museum
  • Stax Museum of American Soul Music
  • Sun Studio tour
  • Graceland’s Elvis Experience

Mississippi

  • Delta Blues Museum Clarksdale
  • Grammy Museum Cleveland
  • BB King Museum & Delta Interpretive Center Indianola
  • Old Courthouse Museum Vicksburg
  • Tour Monmouth Plantation  Natchez

Lafayette, LA

  • Tour the Cajun village, Vermilionville

New Orleans, LA

  • Vieux Carre (French Quarter) walking tour
  • New Orleans Steamboat Dinner Jazz Cruise

Moderate Hotels

Holiday Inn Express Music Valley Nashville
Coldwater Inn Tuscumbia
Comfort Inn Downtown Memphis
Hampton Inn Cleveland
Grand Hotel Natchez
Comfort Suites Lafayette
Magnolia Hotel New Orleans
All Prices Per PersonSingle OccupancyDouble OccupancyTriple Occupancy
Moderate Hotels$2,795$1,775$1,425

Superior Hotels

Drury Plaza Downtown Nashville
Coldwater Inn Tuscumbia
Westin Beale Street Hotel Memphis
Cotton House Hotel Cleveland
Monmouth Plantation B&B Natchez
Louisiana Cajun Mansion B&B Lafayette
Monteleone Hotel New Orleans
All Prices Per PersonSingle OccupancyDouble OccupancyTriple Occupancy
Superior Hotels$4,245$2,595$2,125

*Children’s Rates Sharing room with adult: 0 – 3 yrs: Free | 4 – 17 yrs: $260.00

DAY 1 –Nashville
Arrive Nashville and get settled into your hotel.  Overnight Nashville.

 Day 2 – Nashville
Today you will tour the Country Music Hall of Fame:  Sing Me Back Home is the title of the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum’s permanent exhibit, an exciting, multi-layered journey through the life of country music. A self-guided tour covering two floors of the Museum, Sing Me Back Home tells the story of country music from its pre-commercial roots in the nineteenth century through its vibrant life in the twenty-first century. Organized chronologically, the story moves through large subjects such as “Country During the War Years,” for example, while each glass artifact case has its own theme as well. You can read about the music and its makers if you like, or you can let the powerful photos, instruments, costumes—and especially the music—tell the story by themselves. Sing Me Back Home is just what the title suggests: an exploration of the power of music to make living history and to connect us to our deepest feelings.

Next tour Historic RCA Studio B – once the recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and the Everly Brothers – first became known as one of the cradles of the “Nashville Sound” in the 1960s. A sophisticated style characterized by background vocals and strings, the Nashville Sound both revived the popularity of country music and helped establish Nashville as an international recording center.  The storied studio’s exterior has been renovated and the interior has been returned to its 1970s era prime as an analog “temple of sound.”

This afternoon tour Ryman Auditorium, which first opened its doors in 1892 as a vision of Captain Thomas G. Ryman. With the coming of the Grand Ole Opry show in 1943, the Ryman found its identity as the Mother Church of Country Music. In 1974, the Opry moved to its current home by the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center and left the Ryman vacant. It was not until twenty years later in 1994 that the Ryman was restored to be the national showplace that it is today. Musicians ranging from Roy Acuff to James Brown and Patsy Cline to Sheryl Crow have performed on the Ryman stage, making it a historical as well as a current-day icon for people everywhere.

Tonight you will attend a performance of the Grand Ole Opry, where you’ll catch today’s’ hottest stars, new faces, and Opry legends.  Showcasing the best in country, blue grass and more, the Opry is an American experience like no other.  Now comes a very special feature.  Immediately after the show you will be taken on a private Backstage tour of the Opry House, which is the place where the magic has happened for more than 35 years. A tour of the Opry House provides a behind-the-scenes look at country’s most famous show and a true entertainment business phenomenon, complete with great stories about the Opry and its members as well as enough photo opportunities to fill any Nashville scrapbook.  Overnight Nashville.

 DAY 3 – Nashville to Muscle Shoals Area via Lynchburg (185 mi / 298 km)
This morning depart for the Muscle Shoals area of north Alabama (Muscle Shoals, Tuscumbia, Sheffield and Florence).  You will drive through some lovely areas of middle Tennessee and make a stop in the quaint village of Lynchburg, TN, which also happens to be the home of the Jack Daniels Distillery.  All the Jack Daniels bourbon distributed throughout the worlds comes from here.  You will take the tasting tour of the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in little Lynchburg (where alcohol cannot be sold or consumed, since it is “dry” county, except the State of TN Legislature passed a special law allowing them to sell only one special bottle of Jack Daniels.)  We recommend a lunch stop in downtown Lynchburg on their quaint small town square.

Arrive Muscle Shoals area mid afternoon in time to tour the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, a wonderful hidden gem that few tourists find.  The Popular Music section is the beginning of the main exhibit hall. It is marked by a 12 foot jukebox playing pop, classical and opera tunes by Alabamians. A wax figure of Nat “King” Cole is seated at a piano. On display also is recording equipment used in Sam Phillip’s Memphis Music Service and the contract between Sam Phillips and RCA when the Alabamian sold his rights to the soon to be superstar Elvis Presley. Tommy Shaw of Styx fame, has his shirt and guitar on display, along with Ransom Wilson’s flute, Jim Nabors’ Gomer Pyle outfit and stage outfits, Emmylou Harris, Donna Godchaux, Bobby Goldsboro, Lionel Richie, The Commodores and others.  The tour continues through a 16 foot guitar into the Country Music section and to more showcases Personal memorabilia belonging to Sonny James, Tammy Wynette, Vern Gosdin, Jeanne Pruett, Freddie Hart, Rose Maddox and others. A wax figure of Hank Williams, Sr., bears his original stage suit. The 1960 “Golden Country Car” has 500 silver dollars and silver guns mounted on it topped off with Texas Longhorns mounted on front.  There are numerous instruments belonging to country stars. The highlight of this section is the group Alabama’s Southern Star tour bus.

Next enjoy a private tour of Muscle Shoals Sound Studio.  “Wild Horses” was penned in the loo by Keith Richards in between takes for “Brown Sugar.” Bob Seger made some “Night Moves.” Cher posed in front of the building on her album 3614 Jackson Highway, the address of the legendary studio. This iconic studio has recorded many of the classic songs we still love to hear. Others who recorded here include Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, the Staple Singers, Wilson Pickett, Boz Scaggs, Canned Heat, Rod Stewart, Art Garfunkel, Cat Stevens, Lynard Skynard, The Black Keys, and many more.  Muscle Shoals Sound Studio was owned by the famous studio musicians referred to as “The Swampers” in the song Sweet Home Alabama.  Overnight Muscle Shoals Area.

DAY 4 – Muscle Shoals Area to Memphis via Tupelo & Jackson (276 mi / 444 km)
Depart for Memphis.  En route you will stop in Tupelo.   When you arrive Tupelo you will tour the Birthplace of Elvis Presley, the only location in the world where you can see, feel and touch where the King of Rock & Roll began his musical journey.  Only in Tupelo can you walk into the room where he breathed his first breath, take a stroll to his favorite location as a boy to relax looking over Tupelo, and see firsthand how it all shaped this young boy from Mississippi into the international rock & roll music legend he is today.  As you remember, The Church is now open and we invite you to come and see the place where ELVIS began singing Gospel Music.

You next stop is Jackson, TN, the hometown of Carl Perkins.  You will stop at the Legends of Tennessee Music Museum.  See the museum show, “Jackson: First To Rock”. Visit the exhibits and touch America’s music history. Visit the largest collection of Carl Perkins’ career, his first electric guitar, photographs, original signed records, albums, singles, acetates, guitars, costumes.  A priceless collection like no other. Trace the career of the original Sonny Boy Williamson, Tina Turner, Denise LaSalle, and others. This is only place in the world where you can purchase the most collectable Hard Rock Cafe – Jackson – t shirt.  The founder of Hard Rock Café, Isaac Tigrett is from Jackson.

DAY 4 – Muscle Shoals Area to Memphis via Tupelo & Jackson (276 mi / 444 km)

Depart for Memphis.  En route you will stop in Tupelo.   When you arrive Tupelo you will tour the Birthplace of Elvis Presley, the only location in the world where you can see, feel and touch where the King of Rock & Roll began his musical journey.  Only in Tupelo can you walk into the room where he breathed his first breath, take a stroll to his favorite location as a boy to relax looking over Tupelo, and see firsthand how it all shaped this young boy from Mississippi into the international rock & roll music legend he is today.  As you remember, The Church is now open and we invite you to come and see the place where ELVIS began singing Gospel Music.

You next stop is Jackson, TN, the hometown of Carl Perkins.  You will stop at the Legends of Tennessee Music Museum.  See the museum show, “Jackson: First To Rock”. Visit the exhibits and touch America’s music history. Visit the largest collection of Carl Perkins’ career, his first electric guitar, photographs, original signed records, albums, singles, acetates, guitars, costumes.  A priceless collection like no other. Trace the career of the original Sonny Boy Williamson, Tina Turner, Denise LaSalle, and others. This is only place in the world where you can purchase the most collectable Hard Rock Cafe – Jackson – t shirt.  The founder of Hard Rock Café, Isaac Tigrett is from Jackson.

Next stop is the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center, where you will tour the Tina Turner Museum at Flag Grove School, Tina Turner’s childhood school.  The school was built in 1889, and was a one-room school for African-American children until closed in the 60s. Original desks and a chalk board were still in the school.  This one-room schoolhouse attended by a young Anna Mae Bullock (aka Tina Turner) is now home to a collection of the Queen of Rock’s memorabilia including costumes and gold records. Even her high school yearbook is included among the treasures.

On the grounds is the last home of “Sleepy” John Estes.  He was a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter with a very high-pitched “crying” vocal style. He earned his nickname “Sleepy” from his habit of falling asleep during performances.  By age 19 he was performing professionally and first recorded for Victor Records in Memphis in 1929. He performed and recorded continuously until about 1941, made a brief return in 1952, when he recorded at Sun Studio.  He died in 1977 while preparing for a European tour.

Arrive Memphis and check-in your downtown hotel.  The evening is free to explore Beale Street, one of America’s most famous streets where W.C. Handy first penned the Blues music of the Mississippi Delta.  Located downtown stretching several blocks east of the river bluffs.  Nightclubs and restaurants offer a variety of food and live music including traditional Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Jazz, and Rock’n’Roll. Shops and boutiques throughout the district provide visitors with the opportunity to purchase souvenirs, t-shirts, memorabilia, and novelties. The world-famous street also features a statue of W.C. Handy, a musical “Walk of Fame,” and Church Park, built by the South’s first Black millionaire, Robert Church.  Overnight Memphis.

 DAY 5 – Memphis
First, go to Graceland and tour Elvis’ beloved Mansion. Imagine being in the same place where the most famous musician in the world hung his hat and made music that has mesmerized the world. In addition to Elvis’ home, the mansion tour includes the Hall of Gold, Elvis’ private office, the Meditation Garden and the Racquetball Court with the dedicated wall of gold and platinum records and monument given by RCA Records proclaiming Elvis as the greatest entertainer and recording artist of all times. After the mansion, tour the remaining Graceland attractions at your own pace. These include: The Elvis Presley Car Museum, Elvis’ Airplanes – The Lisa Marie and the Hound Dog II, and the Sincerely Elvis Museum filled with personal items and memorabilia. Of course, gift shops abound, overflowing with Elvis souvenirs, cassettes, videos and special keepsakes.

For sure, stride over to the Smithsonian’s Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum. In the quest to identify the roots of American music, all roads lead to Memphis. Learn why Memphis was the epicenter of Rock ‘n’ Roll and Blues ‘n’ Soul music. The sounds that came from the fields, alleys, juke joints and choir lofts all collided in Memphis and something new was created: a kind of musical magic that would eventually transform the hearts, attitudes and ways of the world.

Next tour the nearby Sun Studio, 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 Cafe 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. Overnight Memphis.

Next tour The Stax Museum of American Soul Music, which is a museum offering interactive exhibits, videos, vintage musical instruments used to create the Stax sound, stage costumes, photographs, records, and approximately 3,000 other items of memorabilia that tell the unique story, from beginning to present, of American soul music, particularly that of Stax Records and the Memphis Sound.Artists highlighted include Isaac Hayes, Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, the Bar-Kays, Booker T. & the MGs, Johnnie Taylor, Little Milton, Sam & Dave, Eddie Floyd, Rufus and Carla Thomas, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Ike & Tina Turner, James Brown, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and hundreds of others.

DAY 6 – Memphis to Cleveland via Clarksdale (120 mi / 193 km)
Depart Memphis this morning for Cleveland, Mississippi. You will drive down Highway 61, also known as “America’s Blues Alley” and stop in Clarksdale.  From the 1930’s through the 1950’s Clarksdale was a major blues town. John Lee Hooker, Ike Turner, Little Junior Parker and Sam Cooke were born here. Robert Nighthawk, Bukka White, “Gatemouth” Moore, Eddie Boyd, Son House, and Charley Patton all once lived in the area. Clarksdale became the center of the blues world by virtue of its location smack in the middle of the Delta, and Delta blues still come from this source.

 In Clarksdale, you will tour the Delta Blues Museum. Here you can enjoy unique displays, video tape and slide/sound programs, photographs, and recordings, about the blues. Nearby on Delta Avenue is the Sunflower River Trading Company store with many unusual items for sale. Stop for lunch or evening drinks at Ground Zero Blues Club, an authentically reproduced blues “juke joint” owned by the famous actor, Morgan Freeman.  Stop in Stackhouse Records, a record shop and recording studio for Rooster Blues Records. Visit “The Crossroads”, the intersection of Highways 61 and 49, where legend has it that the most famous bluesman of all, Robert Johnson, made a pact with the devil. Bluesmen who knew Johnson were all astounded at how quickly he learned the guitar, and Johnson himself often claimed his extraordinary prowess as a “gift” from the devil.

Continue to Cleveland and check-in your hotel before visiting the Grammy Museum Mississippi, which is dedicated to exploring the past, present and future of music, and the cultural context from which it emerges, while casting a focused spotlight on the deep musical roots of Mississippi. The Museum features a dynamic combination of public events, educational programming, engaging multimedia presentations, and interactive permanent and traveling exhibits, including a Mississippi-centric display that introduces visitors to the impact of Mississippi’s songwriters, producers and musicians on the traditional and modern music landscape.  The GRAMMY Museum is an exciting and interactive celebration of the power of music occupying a vibrant new space in Cleveland, Mississippi. Cutting edge exhibits, interactive experiences and films provide a one-of-a-kind visitor experience – engaging, educational, celebratory and inspirational.  Overnight Cleveland.

DAY 7 – Cleveland to Natchez via Indianola & Vicksburg (195 mi / 314 km)
From Cleveland drive to Indianola and tour the BB King Museum & Delta Interpretive Center, which is dedicated to creating a welcoming place where visitors find meaning, value, and perspective by exploring the history and heritage of the unique American musical art form of the blues.  It also tells the story of B.B. King’s life from a kid without anything but the dream in his heart and a destiny that would take him around the world.  Against all odds the kid became the King of the Blues.

Head south to Vicksburg and tour the Old Courthouse Museum, the most historic building in Vicksburg and built by slave labor in 1858. Standing on one of the highest hills in the city, it dominates the Vicksburg skyline and Vicksburg history. The exhibits have an irresistible “grandma’s attic” quality that no history book or movie can match.  Continue southward to Port Gibson, which was saved during the Civil War because it was proclaimed too beautiful to burn. Next, head off to the famous river town of Natchez. Tonight explore Natchez-Under-The-Hill, an historic district of shops, restaurants and riverboat casinos Overnight Natchez.

DAY 8 – Natchez to Lafayette (150 mi / 241km)
Tour one of the beautiful antebellum homes, Monmouth Plantation, before departing beautiful Natchez. Cross the river & stop in the small town of Ferriday and visit the free of charge Delta Music Museum which showcases entertainers Jerry Lee Lewis and Mickey Gilley, evangelist Jimmy Swaggart, blues trombonist Pee Wee Whittaker, General Claire Chennault, and newscaster Howard K. Smith. Overnight Lafayette

DAY 9 – Lafayette to New Orleans (135 mi / 217 km)
This morning you will tour Vermilionville, Louisiana’s Cajun/Creole Heritage & Folklife Park. Vermilionville authentically portrays a way of life preserved with a distinctly French accent. Situated on the banks of the Bayou Vermilion, this Cajun/Creole heritage and folklife park recreates life in the Acadiana area between 1765 and 1890. The beautiful grounds, which are laid out as an historic village, contain eighteen structures, including six restored original homes. In most of the structures, costumed interpreters demonstrate traditional crafts or musical styles. After departing Lafayette you’ll pass through the capital city of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, then point your car towards the Big Easy: the wonderful city of New Orleans. Overnight New Orleans.

DAY 10 – New Orleans
This morning you will take a guided walking tour of Vieux Carre, the historic French Quarter, It is one of the oldest and most extraordinary neighborhoods in the U.S. Often referred to as the “heart” of New Orleans, the French Quarter is a vibrant enclave of shops, hotels, clubs restaurants and residences. Within the French Quarter is the exciting Bourbon Street, referred to as the playground of the South. Nearby is Royal Street best known for its upscale art galleries and world-class antique shops. Many of the French Quarter restaurants have become global attractions and serve incredible food, everything from oyster bars to 5 star dinning. You will also enjoy the special sounds of Jazz, Cajun, and Zydeco in addition to Rock ‘n’ Roll, Rhythm ‘n’ Blues and Gospel

This afternoon is free to further explore the French Quarter and for Duty Free shopping, which is available in New Orleans & Louisiana.  Tonight you will have a wonderful experience with the New Orleans Steamboat Dinner Jazz Cruise on the might Mississippi River.  It is one of the last remaining authentic steam driven paddle wheels featuring live jazz music by the Grammy nominated “Dukes of Dixieland Band”.  Overnight New Orleans.

Day 11 – Depart for home.

Terms & Conditions:

Transportation is not included. All prices are the total costs for the number of adults occupying the room in existing bedding. Rolloways are not included & may be at an extra charge if available. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover & American Express. Cancellations less than 30 days before arrival will incur penalties of $25.00 per person plus any supplier fees. Changes made after documents have been issued incur a $25.00 document reissue fee.

Additional Information

State

Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee

Related Products

Clarksdale Day Tour from Memphis

Clarksdale 7 Hour Day Trip from Memphis.  Travel to the roots of blues music.  Tour Delta Blues Museum & more.

Jack Daniel’s Distillery Day Trip (Lynchburg)

Enjoy day trip from Nashville to Lynchburg and tour Jack Daniels Distillery and have lunch at Miss Mary Bobo’s.

Romance of the Deep South Holiday

When it comes to American music, all roads lead to the Deep South. There’s no better way to understand the life of Deep South USA than to take a tour through its musical landscape – soulful blues, brassy jazz, country twang, riverboat calliopes and gospel choirs. Live music venues abound in the Deep South from the funky scene in Atlanta, Georgia to the Grand Ole Opry in Tennessee and the legendary studios of Alabama’s Muscle Shoals to Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero blues bar in Clarksdale, Mississippi and along Highway 61 to Beale Street in Memphis. There’s live music year-round, performed in authentic and intimate settings where the memories will last a lifetime.

Nashville Vacation Package

A great 2 or more night vacation package including a selection of the most popular hotels and two of Nashville’s top attractions.

Land of the Kings Vacation Holiday

A 10 day fly-drive itinerary taking you to the roots of Elvis Presley & BB King.

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Cities[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text]

  • Memphis 1 night
  • Clarksdale 1 night
  • Cleveland 2 nights
  • Tupelo 1 night
  • Nashville 2 nights
  • Memphis 2 nights

In order to maximize results we strongly suggest a Wed or Thu arrival in Memphis.  This will allow for a Thu, Fri & Sat nights in Clarksdale and Cleveland.  Blues entertainment is only available Thu, Fri & Sat nights in these small towns.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Smoky Mountain Adventure Pass

Our Smoky Mountain Attraction Pass allows you to prepay for the area’s most popular attractions, save money and be able to have everything arranged in advance to better enjoy your Smoky Mountain stay.

All Elvis 3 Hour Tour

This special 3 hour All Elvis Memphis City tour will drive by or stop at approximately 25 places where Elvis lived & played.  You will be picked up and returned to your hotel.

Elvis Birthplace Day Tour from Memphis

Day Tour to Elvis’ Birthplace in Tupelo: includes Transportation, All Admissions at the Birthplace, & a tour of Elvis sites. You will be picked up at your hotel at 7:30 AM and driven an hour and a half to the town where Elvis Presley was born. The first destination in Tupelo is the Elvis Presley Birthplace Park. You will tour the actual home, the renovated museum, the chapel, and the landscape grounds. Then you visit the other places which were part of Elvis’ life in Tupelo. Ten of those places are marked with an historic plaque.

Chattanooga Adventure Pass

The Chatt Pass allows you to prepay for Chattanooga’s most popular attractions, save money and have everything arranged in advance to better enjoy your stay in the Scenic City.

Chattanooga Walking Tours: Art Lover’s Paradise

Explore Chattanooga’s vibrant Arts Community as we explore the Bluff View Art District and Northshore. Tour highlights include Bluff View Sculpture Garden, Walnut Street Bridge, Coolidge Park, Renaissance Park and breathtaking views of the Tennessee River!