Tickets For Graceland – Home Of Elvis Presley – Tennessee

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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.

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. Shuttles return guests to the plaza.

The Elvis Presley Automobile Museum is located at the south end of the plaza, and a green Cadillac convertible marks the entrance. Guests walk down a landscaped, curbed, tree-lined “highway” past colorful exhibits of vehicles owned and enjoyed by Elvis. Highlights include his famous 1955 pink Cadillac, 1956 purple Cadillac convertible, 1973 Stutz Blackhawk, the red MG Elvis drove in the movie Blue Hawaii, his Harley Davidson motorcycles, three-wheeled super-cycles and more. Also displayed are personal items such as his leather cycle jackets, gasoline credit cards and driver’s license.

Elvis’ custom jets are located at the north end of the plaza. This tour begins in a re-creation of an airport terminal with an entertaining video on the history of the planes. Guests step outside to take a quick peek at the small Hound Dog II Lockheed JetStar plane, and then walk aboard the much larger customized Lisa Marie jet, which Elvis named after his daughter and often referred to as his “flying Graceland”. Highlights include the luxuriously appointed living room, conference room, sitting room, and private bedroom of the jet. The tour is presented by video monitors and is self-paced.

Located in the middle of the plaza, Sincerely Elvis is a moderately sized museum offering a self-paced tour featuring personal items reflecting Elvis’ relationship with his fans. Included are: personal wardrobe, fan artwork, home movies, gifts and cards sent to Elvis throughout important events in his life, stage ware and a section on Elvis and his continuing influence from 1977 until today. Get Your Tickets Here