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Where does the tour start?
You will receive the full meeting point details and a map after you finalize your booking, in a confirmation email.
Do I have to book my Free Tour?
Yes, it's necessary to book your Free Tour in order to receive the full meeting point details via email on time. This helps ensure an enjoyable experience and good coordination between guides and tour guests. Booking is free, quick, and easy!
Can I contact my guide?
Yes, you will be able to message your guide with any questions that you might have after making a reservation, up until the start of the tour.
Can I make a booking for a larger group?
Maybe! In order to keep the group sizes manageable, each guide sets their own limit of guests per booking and departure. Choose the Free Tour you want to book, select the number of people in your group, and see if there are any departures available that suit your needs.
Are Free Tours really Free?
Yes, with Free Tours, there's no set price; instead, the guides rely on the tips of participants to sustain their livelihoods. By contributing a fair amount that reflects the value you receive from the tour, you not only support the guides but also express your appreciation for their expertise and dedication.
Free Tours Memphis
Highlights of your trip!
Best Free Tours in Memphis
Only one city in the world has the honor of having been nicknamed both the “Home of the Blues”, and also the “Birthplace of Rock 'n Roll”—Memphis! But there’s much more besides music to discover here. Joining Free Walking Tours in Memphis will give tourists the opportunity to take part in a journey through the most important historical events related to slavery, the Civil War, the civil rights movement, and the birth of popular music. On the Essential Memphis City Tour guests will understand what makes this city so special as they stroll through Beale Street, Confederate Park, Court Square Fountain, and other hotels, parks, and museums. There are also Free Food Tours in Memphis for those who want the perfect introduction to the flavors of the “soul food” of Tennessee, from BBQ to Tex-Mex. Finally, crime stories fans will love joining the Free Ghost Tour with an engaging guide and storyteller.
Highlights of a Free Tour in Memphis
Memphis is one of the meccas of music, but it’s also a famous tourist destination for its rich history. Located next to the Mississippi River, right where Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee meet, the city had a prominent role in the history of slavery and the civil rights movement. Come and join a local guide for a trip around the past, present and future of this energetic city. Most Free Tours in Memphis will take guests to visit the iconic Graceland (the Home of Elvis Presley), Stax Museum of American Soul Music, and Sun Studio—the recording studio where Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and many more legends forged the history of blues, gospel, country and rock'n'roll! Any Memphis Free Walking Tour will cover the National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel. A place where we can learn about the history of the racial equality movement. Finally, the Memphis Zoo is a must-visit place for families with kids.
Things to Do in Memphis
Memphis might well be one of the most active cities in the USA. Here you will find activities to please everybody, no matter your taste! Strolling along South Main Street tourists will find a culturally-rich area packed with art galleries, murals, hip restaurants, farmers' markets and trendy shops. Also, the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art offers interesting exhibitions for a pay-what-you-can entry. And what to do at night? First, we recommend heading down to the Mississippi River for a very special light show. You will see the Hernando de Soto and Harahan bridges emblazoned with stunning LED lights. After that, head to Beale Street, where the first blues song was ever penned, and pick between the many restaurants, nightclubs, and live music venues in the area. Optionally, go to Overton Park Shell to enjoy outdoor performances in the iconic place where Elvis Presley offered his first professional rock 'n' roll show.