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Steel Guitars Nashville, Memphis and Jackson Road Trip
A road trip to Tennessee wouldn’t be complete without a stop in Nashville; the Country Music Capital of the world. Many know Nashville for its live music and country music history. Blues and Rock & Roll lovers and history buffs will enjoy this road trip as it also takes you to Memphis. Drop in in Jackson to check out Casey Jones' Home the Raidroad Museum Get inspired! Follow the footsteps of Elvis Presley, BB King and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Grand Ole Opry
Day 1 - 3
Arrive in Nashville and explore for 3 days
Visit The Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is the show that made country music famous. Emanating from Nashville, TN since 1925, the Opry showcases the new stars, legends, and supers... It’s the most famous show in country music. The list of current Grand Ole Opry members includes such stars as Little Big Town, Loretta Lynn, Brad Paisley, Connie Smith and Carrie Underwood, all of whom return regularly to sing on the same spot—- a round, 6-foot piece of oak wood at center stage.
The Ryman Auditorium
Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live-performance venue in Nashville, Tennessee. It is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. When you walk through the doors of historic Ryman Auditorium, one thing becomes clear right away: this isn’t just another nightly music venue, and it’s so much more than a daytime tourist stop. This place is hallowed ground. This is the exact spot where bluegrass was born
Take I-40 to Memphis and drop in at
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch
Loretta Lynn is an American country music singer songwriter with multiple gold albums in a career spanning 60 years. Drop in at her ranch for a load of fun! Full service RV Park, Primitive Camping, Pool, Canoeing, Fishing and Special Events throughout the season. For an additional fee you may tour Loretta’s Historic Home, Butcher Holler Home Place, Simulated Coal Mine, Museums, Concerts, Gift Shops, Western Store, Frontier Homestead, Native American Artifact Museum, Grist Mill and Loretta’s 18,000 Square Foot “Coal Miner’s Daughter” Museum.
Continue to Jackson, TN. Overnight.
Visit Casey Jones’ home - In April of 1900, a brave railroad engineer named John Luther "Casey" Jones sacrificed his own life for the lives of his passengers. Tour the original home of the world's most famous railroad engineer, Casey Jones, and the 8,000 square foot train museum dedicated to his life and legend and railroad men and women everywhere. Also and Railroad Museum.
Continue to Memphis
|Day 6 - 9||
Explore Memphis for 3 days.
Visit Beale Street - Blues clubs and restaurants that line Beale Street are major tourist attractions in Memphis.
Sun Studio - It has been said that "If music was a religion, then Memphis would be Jerusalem and Sun Studio its most holy shrine." In 1954, an unknown Elvis Presley, grabbed a mic and sang his heart out making Sun the most famous recording studio in the world.
The Lorraine Motel - Martin Luther King, Jr., was the Lorraine Motel’s most famous guest. While visiting the city, and again in the spring of 1968, he stepped out of Room 306 and talked to friends in the parking lot below. As King turned to walk back into his room, a bullet struck him in the neck, taking his life instantly.
Graceland - You've heard the music, now see the place Elvis called home. Explore the beautiful mansion, walk the gardens where he found peace, tour the aircraft that he traveled on from show to show, and encounter Elvis Presley's Memphis entertainment complex for an unforgettable experience featuring legendary costumes, artifacts, and personal mementos from Elvis and his family.
|Day 10||Departure from Memphis|
- 4 nights in Nashville
- 1 night In Jackson
- 4 nights in Memphis
- 10 days intermediate SUV with CDW and SLI insurances additional driver, taxes and fees, GPS
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