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Graceland Tour Offered in Multiple Languages, Now Including Mandarin Chinese

March 23, 2012



Thousands of fans from around the world have made the rock 'n' roll journey to Elvis' home and fans abroad can enjoy Graceland in nine languages - including the recently added Mandarin Chinese.

Graceland offers several amenities for Elvis fans traveling from around the world. The mansion's audio-guided tour is offered in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Dutch and Portuguese.

If you are traveling to Memphis from outside the United States, we have several resources that you may find helpful. Visit our International Visitors page for more information on traveling to the U.S. and find organizations who can help you plan your trip.

Also, celebrate the 35th anniversary with three new, limited-time exhibits celebrating the life, career and legacy of Elvis Presley.
 

Explore Elvis On Tour

At Graceland Crossing, take an in-depth look at "Elvis on Tour," the Golden Globe award-winning documentary about Elvis' multi-city tour in April of 1972. This limited-time exhibit features artifacts such as the producer's Golden Globe award, jewelry and stage clothing worn by the king during the concerts, rarely-seen photos, video and more.

  


 

ICON : The Influence of Elvis Presley Presented by Fender

Curated by the Graceland archives team in partnership with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, this groundbreaking exhibit features 75 artifacts on loan from the famed Cleveland museum, along with items from the collections of many of today’s biggest names in music who have been influenced by the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. The exhibit celebrates Elvis’ status as a music pioneer and icon that paved the way for many of today’s artists and celebrities.


Elvis...Through His Daughter's Eyes

This exhibit is included only as part of the Graceland VIP Tour.
Born in 1968, Lisa Marie Presley became the center of Elvis' world. "Elvis... Through His Daughter's Eyes" looks at Lisa Marie's experience of growing up with a famous father and
features 200 items assembled by Lisa Marie and the Graceland Archives team.  Home movies, toys and rarely-seen family mementos are among the many items that are on display.





To learn more about booking reservations and purchasing tickets, visit Graceland. Also, check out our specials and vacation packages!