Graceland, Home of Elvis Presley
Aproxximately 10 miles south of Memphis sits atop a hill Elvis Presley's Graceland at the 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard.
Just outside the ticket office is a shuttle to take guests across Elvis
Presley Boulevard to enter Elvis' 14-acre estate.
With the new digital audio guide featuring the voices of Lisa Marie and Elvis,
guests enjoy a specially produced audio tour presentation and even more information
on specific exhibits and items of interest.
The mansion tour consists of the living room, music room, Elvis' parents'
bedroom, the dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room, and “jungle” den
in the main house, and, behind the house, Elvis’ racquetball building and
his original business office.
Recently opened was a section of the mansion that was previously closed
to the public.
The tour now includes never-before-seen items
like the desk from Elvis’ personal office and an extensive
collection of his stage costumes.
The highlight of the mansion tour is Elvis’ trophy building,
which houses his enormous collection of gold records and awards,
along with an extensive display of career mementos, stage costumes,
jewelry, photographs, and much more.
The tour ends with a quiet visit
to the Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest.
Tours of the King's estate include Elvis Presley's mansion, private jets,
Meditation Garden, customized automobile collection, and much more
Fans from all over the world flock to Graceland to pay their respects to a
musical legend. The Meditation Garden is adjacent to the Graceland Mansion
and is the final resting place for members of the Presley family.