Dog Friendly Tours in Memphis, TN

There are 5 dog friendly tours in Memphis. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Memphis.

Pet Friendly Memphis Skyline by Kayak
Memphis Skyline by Kayak 'Memphis Skyline by Kayak' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Isaiah. Take part in a guided tour and make stops for photos and taking in the view along the way. Dogs are welcome in the kayak on this adventure. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $60 per person. See Details
Pet Friendly Wiseacre Brewing Co.
Wiseacre Brewing Co. Wiseacre Brewing Co. is dog friendly! Bring your dog with you while you enjoy a pint or get a growler of locally made craft beer. The taproom is open for a taste or to pick up a growler to-go and there is a food truck every night. Dogs are not allowed on tours, but are welcome to sit outside with their owners while they drink. See Details
Backbeat Tours Pets are allowed on Backbeat Tours' Memphis Walking Ghost Tour (dogs aren't allowed inside at the Ernestine & Hazel's stop), Historic Memphis Walking Tour, Beale Street Walking Tour, and Memphis Mojo Tour. If the bus isn't too crowded and our other passengers don't object, well-mannered dogs or cats are welcome. Just keep your pet on a leash and in your control at all times. Ask at the ticket window (inside Alfred's on Beale) or call (901) 527-9415 for approval. See Details
Uptown Carriages Memphis Dogs are welcome on carriage tours. The company offers several horse-drawn carriage dog-friendly tours in Memphis. Pet owners just need to call 901-496-2128 to book in advance so they can be assigned a driver with a dog who likes other dogs. See Details
National Civil Rights Museum at The Lorraine Motel BringFido to view and pay respects at The Lorraine Motel, the location of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination. This historic site is now home to The National Civil Rights Museum. Dogs are not allowed in the museum but anyone (including Fido) can view the exterior of the motel at any time of day. See Details