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Graceland is a mansion on a 13.8-acre estate in Memphis, Tennessee, United States, once owned by the rock and roll singer Elvis Presley. Presley is … See more


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Jan 18, 2023
Graceland was my reason to visit Memphis. It was extremely informative and covered a lot of ground. The tour of the mansion was definitely interesting and unique. It helps that it's basically a se… Full review by jenandallthethings
Jan 17, 2023
Tony was very nice knowledgeable and respectful of The Elvis Legacy as he gave the tour. And thank you for your service Tony! Full review by Jjsteele87
Jan 15, 2023
This was an excellent visit, not too busy as we went in winter. Very interesting to see the small scale of the house (downstairs only in tour) and absorb the family atmosphere. What a lot Elvis packe… Full review by B7985SUsusanh


Mansion Pays Tribute to the King of Rock N' Roll
If you only make one stop in Memphis, it should be here: the sublimely kitschy, gloriously bizarre home of the King of Rock and Roll. Though born in Mississippi, Elvis Presley was a true son of Memphis, raised in the Lauderdale Courts public housing projects, inspired by blues clubs on Beale St, and discovered at Sun Studio. In the spring of 1957, the already-famous 22-year-old spent $100,000 on a Colonial-style mansion, named Graceland by its previous owners. The King himself had the place, ahem, redecorated in 1974. With a 15ft couch, fake waterfall, yellow vinyl walls and green shag-carpet ceiling, it's a virtual textbook of ostentatious '70s style. You'll begin your tour at the brand-spanking new $45 million entertainment complex and visitor center, Elvis Presley's Memphis, on the other side of Elvis Presley Blvd, which now houses Presley's car museum and additional exhibits that run an extra $18.75 for adults. Tack on $5 extra to access two custom planes. Book ahead in the busy season to ensure a prompt tour time. The basic self-guided mansion tour comes with an engaging multimedia iPad narration by John Stamos. Priscilla Presley opened Graceland to tours in 1982, and now millions come here to pay homage to the King, who died here from heart failure in 1977. Throngs of fans still weep at his grave, next to the swimming pool out back. Graceland is 9 miles south of downtown on US 51, also called 'Elvis Presley Blvd.' A free shuttle runs from Sun Studio. Parking costs $10.

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