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Visit Graceland and see how Elvis lived with his family and friends. See a new Orientation film and audio-guided tour featuring commentary and stories by The King and his daughter, Lisa Marie. The tour includes Elvis’ living room, dining room, his parents’ bedroom, TV room, kitchen, music room, pool room, and Jungle Room.
You’ll get access to the new Elvis Presley’s Memphis Entertainment Complex. Elvis loved cars and jets and you can see his collections. His Trophy Building is a favorite of mine. It holds all his gold and platinum records as well as great memorabilia from Elvis’ movies, charities and much more.
Elvis Lives: The King & Pop Culture Exhibit is an interactive exhibit, tracing The King’s impact on music and the world. The ‘68 Special Exhibit offers a look at the historic event. The final stop on the tour is the Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest.
I’ve toured Graceland twice and I can’t wait to get back to Memphis and go on another tour.
Book the Elvis Experience through Trusted Tours and save $3 on each Adult Ticket and $2 on each Child Ticket.