Night Club Tour of Memphis, Memphis

Night Club Tour of Memphis, Memphis

Let this night be the one you'll never forget! Warm up with a salsa at the Rumba Room. Get into a heated discussion about what you think is the best beer in the world at the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. Visit Alfred's, the best dance club on Beale Street! Feel the spirit of the South at the Hard Rock Cafe! Life is too short to sleep! Take this night club walking tour to feel "the music of the night" in amazing Memphis!
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Night Club Tour of Memphis Map

Guide Name: Night Club Tour of Memphis
Guide Location: USA » Memphis (See other walking tours in Memphis)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.8 km
Author: val
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Rumba Room

1) Rumba Room

Enjoy a unique Latin experience by visiting one of the most famous and unusual night clubs in downtown Memphis – the Rumba Room. From the moment you step through the doors, you are no longer in Memphis! No blues, no BBQ ribs, even no Elvis! Plunge into the fantastic rhythm of salsa, taste Lechon asado en pala, and don't ignore the potent drink Cuba Libre! Take salsa lessons, hear live salsa bands, and participate in dance competitions and shows!!! Rumba Room-- stay in Memphis, be in...   view more
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The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

2) The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

How many letters are in English alphabet? If you don't know, you can count them by running through the beer menu at the Memphis Flying Saucer Draught Emporium. A - Amber, B - Black Velvet, C - Chimay Cinq Cents, D - Dos Equis Special Lager. Even if you manage to count them all, you won't be able to test even 0.0001% of their selection. You can always try starting one country at a time-- Argentina, Belgium,...   view more
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Superior Bar of Memphis

3) Superior Bar of Memphis

The Superior Bar of Memphis declares its quality in its name. Whatever the occasion you want to celebrate, a romantic date, an anniversary, a bachelor party, the production of a new type of cheese in Switzerland, the Superior Bar of Memphis is always ready to provide excellent service! All the food is prepared fresh daily. So, if you're looking to have a superior evening that turns into a superior night, visit the Superior...   view more
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Rum Boogie Cafe

4) Rum Boogie Cafe

The Rum Boogie Café has been the temple of soul and blues music in Memphis since 1985. James Govan, the famous American R&B soul singer, has been performing at the café since 1989. In 1994 the Boogie Blues Band joined him. Still hesitating about spending your evening here? The Cafe has the most extensive collection of rum on all of Beale Street! The Rum Boogie Cafe has the best live music and rum in town! Come here to have a great...   view more
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Alfred's on Beale

5) Alfred's on Beale

Opened in April 1986, Alfred's became the the first club on Beale Street to feature rock n' roll! Evander Hollyfield, Michael Jordan and various NBA players, including most of the Memphis Grizzly team, as well as famous musicians and actors have visited here! Alfred's collection of gold records is the largest in the U.S. There is also a huge collection of Elvis photos on display! Recently, Alfred's has made it into Cosmopolitan's top three places to visit in Memphis, and...   view more
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Hard Rock Cafe

6) Hard Rock Cafe

Billy Swan sang, "Memphis Rocks!" So, why don't you drop into the Hard Rock Cafe and kick it hard? The historic building of the Hard Rock Cafe was once a recording studio and saloon, and now is the perfect place to stomp, shout and have a good time! You can stay here as long as you want! So, come on down to the Hard Rock to get great food and hear hot tunes! Hard Rock Cafe-- hear Elvis, feel...   view more

Walking Tours in Memphis, Tennessee

City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

One of the most iconic destinations in the U.S., the city of Memphis has gone down in history for many different reasons. Thousands of tourists flock to the city each year out of desire to visit Sun Studio where Elvis made his early recordings, or to take a stroll down the Beale, or to stop by the National Civil Rights Museum and honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. To find your way around these and other major attractions of Memphis, follow this orientation walk.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.8 km
Museums and Art Galleries Self-Guided Tour of Memphis

Museums and Art Galleries Self-Guided Tour of Memphis

Do you want to know about a woman who defeated a brain tumor? Do you want to find out more about the American Civil Rights Movement? Are you absolutely sure that fire isn't worth playing with? What do you know exactly about America's greatest river? Are you really an expert on Jewish and Native American art? If you want answers to these and other questions, take this self-guided tour of Memphis's best museums and art galleries.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km
Downtown Walking Tour of Memphis

Downtown Walking Tour of Memphis

Downtown Memphis, located on the Mississippi River, is the oldest part of the city. Start your self-guided tour at the Fire Museum of Memphis, then head to the Peabody Hotel to see the "Peabody Ducks." Visit a classic movie palace, then honor a U.S. civil hero and view the Memphis skyline from Tom Lee Park on this tour of Memphis' downtown highlights.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Famous Architecture Self-Guided Tour of Memphis

Famous Architecture Self-Guided Tour of Memphis

Taking this self-guided tour, you will become familiar not only with Memphis's most beautiful historic architecture, such as the Magevney House and the Mallory-Neely House, but you will also learn how to find your way around the asphalt jungle of downtown Memphis. 100 North Main and the Sterick and Dermon Buildings, the tallest buildings in Memphis, will become your guides as you navigate the city. So come discover the past and don't get lost in the present!

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.9 km
Elvis Presley Walking Tour of Memphis

Elvis Presley Walking Tour of Memphis

Memphis is the city of Elvis Presley, and serves as a shrine of sorts to the King. Even though Presley died in 1977, his fans continue to flock to Memphis to pay their respects to the man and his music. This tour takes you to view the school and house of Elvis Presley, as well as the legendary Sun Studio where Elvis recorded. Dress at the same shop as Elvis did! Check out the Gibson Guitars that Elvis used to play! Take this tour and follow in the footsteps of Elvis!

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.9 km
Religious Walking Tour of Memphis

Religious Walking Tour of Memphis

The churches of Memphis have seen much hardship, from slavery to racism to yellow fever epidemics, yet they have withstood these trials, as have the American people. On this tour, you will see the oldest church in Memphis, the First United Methodist Church. You will find out why St.Mary's is associated with Martin Luther King's death and much more.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.1 km