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America's Music Cities
Enjoy a finger-snapping, toe-tapping time on a tour of America’s most famed musical cities – New Orleans, Memphis, and Nashville. Experience New Orleans, where jazz, food and fun are always on the menu. Choose how you explore New Orleans – by foot or by coach. Discover Mardi Gras World, where massive parade floats are crafted. Spend 2 nights in Memphis, "birthplace of the blues." Choose how you connect with Memphis’ history – with a tour of Elvis Presley’s Graceland or by following the last march of MLK. Enjoy reserved seats at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. See where country legends recorded hit tunes at RCA Studio B. Create your own Goo Goo Cluster Candy at a chocolate-making lesson. You’ll be hummin’ and strummin’ long after you’ve returned home.
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May 28, 2023

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July 09, 2023

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August 13, 2023

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September 03, 2023

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August 30, 2023 7:00 PM
October 01, 2023

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September 27, 2023 7:00 PM
October 08, 2023

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October 04, 2023 7:00 PM
October 29, 2023

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October 25, 2023 7:00 PM
January 28, 2024

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January 24, 2024 7:00 PM
February 25, 2024

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February 21, 2024 7:00 PM
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March 31, 2024

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March 27, 2024 7:00 PM
April 14, 2024

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April 10, 2024 7:00 PM
April 21, 2024

to April 28, 2024

7 Nights from $2,999.00 (USD) Per Person
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April 17, 2024 7:00 PM
April 28, 2024

to May 05, 2024

7 Nights from $2,999.00 (USD) Per Person
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April 24, 2024 7:00 PM
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May 28, 2023

June 04, 2023

June 04, 2023

June 11, 2023

July 09, 2023

July 16, 2023

August 13, 2023

August 20, 2023

September 03, 2023

September 10, 2023

October 01, 2023

October 08, 2023

October 08, 2023

October 15, 2023

October 29, 2023

November 05, 2023

January 28, 2024

February 04, 2024

February 25, 2024

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Highlights
America's Music Cities

French Quarter
One of the most unique city scales in the country, New Orleans French Quarter is a harmonious blend of French, Spanish, American and African cultures. The Vieux Carre, as it is known, is characterized by wrought iron balconies, courtyards, Creole restaurants and jazz music.

Choices on Tour
While in New Orleans, embark on a walking tour of New Orleans’ famous French Quarter, viewing St. Louis Cathedral, the bustling French Marketplace, Pirates Alley and more or set out on a panoramic motor coach tour of New Orleans with a local guide. While in Memphis jive along to “Jailhouse Rock” as you visit Graceland, the stately mansion of the “King” himself or embark on a Civil Rights tour and follow the route of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last march by coach.

Swamp Tour
Outside of the city in the famed Louisiana Bayou, boats float through a swamp with moss covered cypress trees, birds and wildlife. Take in the opportunity to explore Cajun country, the territory of fishermen, alligator hunters and fur trappers.

Mardi Gras World
Celebrate the festive side of New Orleans at Mardi Gras World where you will hear about the history of this unique tradition and tour a working warehouse where artisans create spectacular floats for the famous parades. Go behind-the-scenes and see how Mardi Gras comes to life. Enjoy an overview of Mardi Gras history and see the float den, where incredible artists work year-round to build spectacular floats and props.

Jazz Revue
Discover why New Orleans is known as the “Birthplace of Jazz” when you take in a spirited jazz revue at a local French Quarter jazz club. Listen to the world famous sounds that emanated from New Orleans!

Graceland
Located in Memphis, Tennessee, this 13-acre estate was the last home of music legend Elvis Presley. Originally established as a farm during the American Civil War, Elvis purchased the property in 1957 and spent two decades here before his death in 1977. Graceland has become a modern pilgrimage site for fans.

West Delta Heritage Center
At the West Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville, revel in a true Southern experience that celebrates the music, history, and beauty of the Tennessee Delta, discover the roots of the country blues sound that originated in West Tennessee. The Queen of Rock, Tina Turner, was born in Brownsville, so of course there’s a terrific exhibit dedicated just to her.

Ryman Auditorium
One of Nashville's premier entertainment locations, this live performance venue was completed in 1892. Nicknamed the "Carnegie Hall of the South," the auditorium's history includes performances from Harry Houdini, speeches by Theodore Roosevelt and concerts from Enrico Caruso. Home of the Grand Ole Opry for three decades, the Ryman is at the center of Nashville's musical legacy.

Grand Ole Opry Show
The Grand Ole Opry was created by an insurance company as a radio show in service to the public as a means to advertise insurance policies. Launched in the 1920s, the Opry quickly became the launch pad for many music greats. Today the worlds longest running live radio program, the Grand Ole Opry is the backbone of American Country Music.

Country Music Hall of Fame
This museum in downtown Nashville tells the history of country music from its pre-commercial roots to modern times. The story is told through visual exhibits, photography and recorded songs.

Historic RCA Studio B
Built in the late 1950s RCA Studio B quickly became the home of the "Nashville Sound." The Hitmakers of Studio B are country music legends, including Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins and Willie Nelson, just to name a few. Today the studio functions as a cultural attraction for visitors and a classroom for local students learning sound and recording technology.

Hands-on Chocolate-making Lesson


Hotels
America's Music Cities

Sheraton Hotel
500 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States


The Guest House at Graceland
3600 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, TN, United States


Gaylord Opryland Resort
2800 Opryland Dr., Nashville, TN, United States


America's Music Cities

French Quarter
One of the most unique city scales in the country, New Orleans French Quarter is a harmonious blend of French, Spanish, American and African cultures. The Vieux Carre, as it is known, is characterized by wrought iron balconies, courtyards, Creole restaurants and jazz music.

Choices on Tour
While in New Orleans, embark on a walking tour of New Orleans’ famous French Quarter, viewing St. Louis Cathedral, the bustling French Marketplace, Pirates Alley and more or set out on a panoramic motor coach tour of New Orleans with a local guide. While in Memphis jive along to “Jailhouse Rock” as you visit Graceland, the stately mansion of the “King” himself or embark on a Civil Rights tour and follow the route of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last march by coach.

Swamp Tour
Outside of the city in the famed Louisiana Bayou, boats float through a swamp with moss covered cypress trees, birds and wildlife. Take in the opportunity to explore Cajun country, the territory of fishermen, alligator hunters and fur trappers.

Mardi Gras World
Celebrate the festive side of New Orleans at Mardi Gras World where you will hear about the history of this unique tradition and tour a working warehouse where artisans create spectacular floats for the famous parades. Go behind-the-scenes and see how Mardi Gras comes to life. Enjoy an overview of Mardi Gras history and see the float den, where incredible artists work year-round to build spectacular floats and props.

Jazz Revue
Discover why New Orleans is known as the “Birthplace of Jazz” when you take in a spirited jazz revue at a local French Quarter jazz club. Listen to the world famous sounds that emanated from New Orleans!

Graceland
Located in Memphis, Tennessee, this 13-acre estate was the last home of music legend Elvis Presley. Originally established as a farm during the American Civil War, Elvis purchased the property in 1957 and spent two decades here before his death in 1977. Graceland has become a modern pilgrimage site for fans.

West Delta Heritage Center
At the West Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville, revel in a true Southern experience that celebrates the music, history, and beauty of the Tennessee Delta, discover the roots of the country blues sound that originated in West Tennessee. The Queen of Rock, Tina Turner, was born in Brownsville, so of course there’s a terrific exhibit dedicated just to her.

Ryman Auditorium
One of Nashville's premier entertainment locations, this live performance venue was completed in 1892. Nicknamed the "Carnegie Hall of the South," the auditorium's history includes performances from Harry Houdini, speeches by Theodore Roosevelt and concerts from Enrico Caruso. Home of the Grand Ole Opry for three decades, the Ryman is at the center of Nashville's musical legacy.

Grand Ole Opry Show
The Grand Ole Opry was created by an insurance company as a radio show in service to the public as a means to advertise insurance policies. Launched in the 1920s, the Opry quickly became the launch pad for many music greats. Today the worlds longest running live radio program, the Grand Ole Opry is the backbone of American Country Music.

Country Music Hall of Fame
This museum in downtown Nashville tells the history of country music from its pre-commercial roots to modern times. The story is told through visual exhibits, photography and recorded songs.

Historic RCA Studio B
Built in the late 1950s RCA Studio B quickly became the home of the "Nashville Sound." The Hitmakers of Studio B are country music legends, including Dolly Parton, Chet Atkins and Willie Nelson, just to name a few. Today the studio functions as a cultural attraction for visitors and a classroom for local students learning sound and recording technology.

Hands-on Chocolate-making Lesson


America's Music Cities

Sheraton Hotel
500 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, United States


The Guest House at Graceland
3600 Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, TN, United States


Gaylord Opryland Resort
2800 Opryland Dr., Nashville, TN, United States


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With Collette, the World is Within Your Reach

True adventures go beyond incredible destinations or inclusive packages. Collette delivers a sense of possibility across all seven continents.

Since 1918, we have been sharing our love of travel. Today our worldwide travel collection features comprehensive land tours, river cruises, rail journeys, small group tours, family trips, garden holidays and more. With Collette, wake each morning on tour with a new experience in front of you, and when your head hits the pillow, you will know it has been an amazing day. Best of all - we seamlessly handle the details. All you have to do is enjoy the adventure.

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