THE GRACELAND EXPERIENCE
At Graceland Mansion, visitors can walk in the same steps as Elvis
himself while they enjoy an audio-guided tour featuring commentary and
stories by Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie. The Graceland
Mansion tour includes Elvis’ living room, music room, parents' bedroom,
dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room and the famous Jungle Room.
Other great parts of the
14-acre estate include a tour of Vernon Presley’s business office, Elvis’
racquetball building, and Elvis’
trophy building, which houses an amazing collection of his gold and
platinum records, as well as other great memorabilia from Elvis’ early
career, his movies, his charitable endeavors and more.
The final stop on the tour of Graceland Mansion is Meditation Garden
where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest.
Elvis Presley Automobile Museum
Elvis loved cars and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum displays
some of his favorites. Visitors see over 33 vehicles owned by Elvis. Highlights include his
famous Pink Cadillac, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Stutz Blackhawks, a
1975 Dino Ferrari, a 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, the red MG from
" Blue Hawaii" and more. Also, see some of Elvis’ favorite motorized toys,
including a go-cart, dune buggy, motorized three-wheelers and a pedal
car. Some newer additions to the museum include his
Rolls Royce sedans, 6-door Mercedes Benz limousine and Elvis' John Deere
4010 tractor that he used on his ranch and at Graceland.
Elvis’ Custom Jets
Elvis purchased a 1958 Convair 880 in April 1975 and named it Lisa Marie
after his daughter. He spent more than $800,000 having the jet
remodeled. Visitors can climb aboard this customized jet that features a living room,
conference room, sitting room, and private bedroom, as well as
gold-plated seat belts, suede chairs, leather covered tables, 24-karat
gold-flecked sinks and more.
Also, guests can take a peek inside Elvis’ smaller Lockheed Jet Star,
customized by Elvis with a yellow and green interior, that was primarily
used for taking Elvis’ manager and his staff from city to city on his
|Elvis: Live from Vegas
“Elvis: Live from Vegas” allows guests to experience Las Vegas through the eyes of Elvis Presley. The exhibit will feature part of the 30-foot marquee Col. Parker had made to stand outside the New Frontier Hotel in 1957 and the first jumpsuit worn on-stage by Elvis in 1970. Other jumpsuits featured in the exhibit include Elvis’ Leather and Chains suit worn in August of 1970, Elvis’ three-piece Spanish Flower suit worn in 1972, and Elvis’ I Got Lucky jumpsuit that was worn in 1970. This exhibit captures all of the excitement and energy that is Elvis in Las Vegas.
Elvis’ Hawaii: Concerts, Movies and More!
Celebrate Elvis’ love for Hawaii and the 40th anniversary of “Aloha from Hawaii” in this new exhibit for 2013. This is the first exhibit to explore Elvis’ connection with the islands. The exhibit allows you to experience Elvis’ Hawaii and see why it was one of his favorite places to vacation. The exhibit features never-before-seen footage of Elvis, several of his jumpsuits worn during his concerts in Hawaii, and color footage of Elvis' first Hawaiian concert.
This exhibit is included only as part of the Graceland VIP Tour.
60 Years of Elvis - NEW FOR 2014
VIP TOUR ONLY EXHIBIT
In this new exhibit, guests will explore the birth of rock ‘n’ roll music in July of 1954, with Elvis' recording of “That’s All Right” at Sun Studio. See the transformation of the would-be King of Rock ‘n’ Roll from delivery truck driver to singing sensation and star of the silver screen. Artifacts displayed in the new 60 Years of Elvis exhibit include: Elvis’ “That’s All Right” 45, a pay stub from his early days as a driver for Crown Electric, script from "Jailhouse Rock" and wardrobe from "Viva Las Vegas."
In addition, Graceland also features two FREE exhibits:
Fans now have the opportunity to explore the city that Elvis
first called home. Elvis' Tupelo combines photos, video, and
memorabilia in an interactive experience for fans to enjoy. Fans can see
archival footage of Elvis' 1956 Tupelo Homecoming and scroll through
childhood photos, rare artifacts and more. Fans also have access to some
of the Presley family's clothing, personal photos, receipts, plus
concert memorabilia and more.
Expanded '68 Special Exhibit - NEW FOR 2014
In celebration of the 45th anniversary, Graceland
is excited to open the newly expanded "'68 Special" Exhibit! The expanded
exhibit features original artifacts from this legendary televised event
that took place on December 3, 1968, on NBC. See our interactive video, in addition to never-displayed-before pages
of the script with Elvis’ handwritten notes and his outfit from the club
production scene, including the jacket worn during his visit with
President Richard Nixon in 1970.