See Memphis by land and water aboard one amazing vehicle. Discover the history, humor and heroes of this legendary town, and ... More
Ride the Ducks
See Memphis by land and water aboard one amazing vehicle. Discover the history, humor and heroes of this legendary town, and cruise the river as well. Entertaining and informative captains narrate this fascinating and fun expedition of downtown Memphis. See Sun Studio, Mud Island Riverpark, National Civil Rights Museum, St Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Pyramid, Beale Street and more. Explore the home of the blues and birthplace of rock and roll on this truly unique tour. Call or check website for further details.
I was 12 when I went on to that with my grandmother, 20-year-old Uncle and Aunt, and my older sister of 14. We all enjoyed it and all the sights we saw. We also got little plastic beaks with straps that sounded like real ducks when you blew on them. It was so exciting going into the river!! We then departed the bus and went to eat at the Blues Cafe, and then walked down to the Peabody Hotel and saw the ducks. You should visit there.
A really good way to see the city especially if you don't have a lot of time. Got to see everything in downtown - Sun Studio, Mud Island, Civil Rights Museum. Friendly staff and humorous captain. Would absolutely recommend to any visitor to Memphis.
This was such an entertaining way to see the sites and learn about Memphis! Ride The Ducks was such a blast that I have recommended it to everyone! The captain made the tour an experience to remember!The splash into the water is so different and everyone just loved it! This was the best tour I have ever taken!
An hour and ten minutes of fun and very good information about memphis. Ride the ducks before you do anything else. You will get a good orientation to the city layout and possibly discover a place you would like to visit. Fun for all ages.
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