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America's Music Cities tour just got an upgrade

Anna Drake
by Anna Drake

October 31, 2023

2 minute read

Everyone loves our finger-snappin’, toe-tappin’ tour of three of America’s most famous musical cities – New Orleans, Memphis, and Nashville. In the Big Easy, you’ll enjoy live jazz and incredible Cajun and Creole cuisine. Your next stop is Memphis, Home of the Blues, where you’ll take a tour of Elvis’ sprawling estate, Graceland. Then it’s on to Nashville – Music Capital of the World – where you’ll visit the Grand Ole Opry and the city’s famed recording studios. And there’s so much more! Keep reading to discover the all-new highlights of this musical getaway.

Grammy Museum Mississippi: At the Grammy Museum, you’ll have a chance to explore the rich musical heritage of the Mississippi Delta. A variety of exhibits, including touchscreens, interactive dance floors, theatres, iconic instruments, and costumes, bring to life not only the region’s musical past, but also the glamour of the Grammy Awards.

Optional tours in Nashville: How will you decide? You can discover the delicious history of America’s first candy bar, the Goo Goo Cluster, with a trip to its company headquarters. This confection of caramel, nougat, and roasted peanuts drenched in milk chocolate (hungry yet?) is a Southern favourite. Or learn about the life and legacy of The Man in Black with a visit to the Johnny Cash Museum, with more than 1,000 artifacts chronicling the career of one of the world’s most successful recording artists.

Grand Ole Opry tour option: In love with the Grand Ole Opry? You can choose to take the Opry Amplified tour, which features upgraded seats and, after the show, a backstage look at this country music institution.

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