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.
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.
The holidays are just around the corner and your gift-list is starting to grow. Get your shopping done with the help of local vendors and pick up unique gifts for the special loved ones in your life.
Romance is in the air in Memphis, the city of blues, soul and rock! It’s the perfect place to have a romantic vacation and memorable getaway with that special someone. Stroll along popular Beale Street, sampling music of all kinds and take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride to experience the city in an old-fashioned way!
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.
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.