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Visit the Civil War Around Memphis, TN

Memphis is located in a section of the state that is rich in Civil War History. This is why Sweet Magnolia Tours offers a Civil War Day Tour based out of Memphis. Even though the city has plenty of culture and history to offer within the city limits, there are also many interesting places to go outside of Memphis.

Sweet Magnolia Tours has chosen some special locations to bring our guests to give them the context and information necessary to better understand some important battles in the Civil War.

Here are some of the places you can see on the Civil War Day Tour from Sweet Magnolia Tours.

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The Legend of Graceland

Everyone has heard of Elvis Presley—the King of Rock and Roll. His musical style, along with his dance moves, made him one of the very first rock stars. His life has been cataloged, documented, and studied for years. Every aspect of how he spent his days, his nights, and everything in-between has been a matter of public interest for generations.

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Six of The South’s Best Walking Tours

Southern cities have a certain charm to them. It’s almost unnameable. But spending time walking around these historic cities–whether it’s Memphis, Chattanooga, or even one of the tours packages for Savannah, GA–you can feel it. Here are our favorite walking tours that show you everything these wonderful cities have to offer.

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The Insider’s Guide to Seeing Memphis Like a Local

Like any American city, Memphis, Tennessee is home to many off the beaten path culinary, historical and cultural attractions. These Memphis gems are hidden among the shadows of places like Beale Street and Graceland, and are local go-to’s for food, fun and even learning. Want to discover the city like you’re a Memphian? Let’s take a look at some of the local favorites in Memphis. Read More

10 Things About Graceland You Probably Didn’t Know

If you’ve ever heard the name Elvis Presley (and you know you have), you’ve most likely also heard the name Graceland. Graceland was the Memphis, Tennessee home of The King for over 20 years and now serves as a museum and memorial. This 17,000+ square foot home contains some of Elvis’s most prized possessions and also has a few secrets and little known facts. Here are 10 things that you probably didn’t know about Elvis’s Graceland. Read More