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Graceland - Home Of Elvis Presley

A visit to Graceland - Home of Elvis Presley is a must for all Elvis fans.

See the place where the King of Rock ‘n Roll lived and which houses his awards, costumes, career mementos and photographs.

The Graceland mansion has an audio guide with commentary and stories by Elvis and his daughter, Lisa Marie. The tour includes Elvis’ living room, kitchen dining room, music room and pool room, and the famous Jungle Room den.

As well as the Graceland mansion you can see Elvis’ trophy building, the Meditation Garden where he was laid to rest, the Automobile Museum showing his pink Cadillac and other vehicles plus his two customised jets.

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Graceland - Home Of Elvis Presley - VIP Tour

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Follow in the footsteps of Elvis on this Self Guided, 3-Hour VIP tour of Graceland, the famous former home of the king of rock ‘n’ roll himself, Elvis Presley. Get front-of-the-line access with this special all-day ticket. Look through a plethora of fascinating memorabilia, like photos, personal mementos, costumes and jewelry. Enjoy a multimedia audio tour of the Graceland Mansion’s exhibits highlighting Elvis’ rise to stardom. Also, visit the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum, featuring some of his favorite cars, and a special VIP-only exhibit in the mansion. Keepsake backstage pass included.


  • Front of the line mansion access
  • Keepsake backstage pass
  • Exclusive VIP Only Exhibit
  • Graceland Mansion Audio-Guided Tour with Brand New Orientation Film
  • New - Full Access to State-of-the-Art Visitor Entertainment Complex
  • All New, Expanded - Elvis Presley Car Museum - Elvis loved cars and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum displays some of his favorites. 
  • New - Elvis: The Entertainer Career Showcase Museum
  • New - Elvis Discovery Exhibits
  • Self-guided tour of Elvis' Hawaii Exhibit - Concerts, Movies and More! Exhibit - Celebrate Elvis’ love for Hawaii in this special exhibit that explores Elvis’ connection with the islands.
  • Self-guided tour of 'I Shot Elvis' Photography Exhibit - Elvis was one of the most photographed celebrities in history and the Graceland Archives houses over 50,000 images of him.
  • Self-guided tour of Elvis' Tupelo - Fans now have the opportunity to explore the city that Elvis first called home.
  • Self-guided tour of That's The Way It Is: 45 Years VIP Tour only exhibit
  • Elvis in Hollywood: From Teen Idol to Leading Man - New for 2016 - In 1956, Elvis added movie star to his growing list of accomplishments when his first film, "Love Me Tender," opened in theaters. 



  • Gratuities (Optional)
  • Meals and Beverages
  • Souvenirs
  • Self-Guided tour of Elvis' Custom Airplanes (add this to your tour)


When you arrive:

  • Graceland has a secured visitor parking lot for a fee. The GPS address is 3717 Elvis Presley Boulevard.
  • Parking at Graceland is $10.00 for standard vehicles and $15.00 for over-sized vehicles like RV’s, trailers or semi-trucks.
  • Get a free poster when you check in at Graceland on Facebook. Just show your check-in to Guest Services to receive your free poster.
  • Visiting Graceland with children? Pick up a free kids activity book for each child at Guest Services upon arrival.
  • Graceland offers the iPad tour in a choice of languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Dutch and Portuguese. 
  • Cameras are allowed, but no flash photography is permitted. Video cameras may not be taken inside the mansion or inside any gift shops or attractions.
  • A limited number of strollers are available at Guest Services.
  • A limited number of wheelchairs are available at no charge at the mansion only on a first-come, first-served basis. Two rooms in the basement of the mansion are not wheelchair accessible.
  • The interior of the Lisa Marie airplane is not wheelchair accessible. However, a video of the story of the planes is available and the exterior may be viewed. 

Average Tour Time: 3 to 3.5 hours to complete  

This special all-day ticket includes front-of-the-line access to experience Graceland immediately upon arrival. Inside the Graceland Mansion, follow in the footsteps of Elvis Presley on an audio tour. This multimedia presentation features commentary and stories by Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie. It’s a very personal look inside the home of the king of rock ‘n’ roll, with access to his gold and platinum records, stage costumes, jewelry and more.  See all the rooms Elvis used to live in, the very places he spent much of his time with family and friends, plus the Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family were laid to rest. Also enjoy self-guided tours of the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum, featuring his impressive collection of cars, like his famous 1955 pink Cadillac, his Harley-Davidson motorcycles and more. This special VIP tour includes access to Elvis in Hollywood: From Teen Idol to Leading Man, a limited-time exhibit celebrating the 60th anniversary of Elvis' film debut, with displays of movie costumes, scripts, photos, video and other artifacts from Elvis' movie career.


Entrance to the Mansion
Your first stop inside Graceland Mansion will be the foyer where you can view Elvis' living room, dining room, the stairways and his mother's bedroom. Here in the foyer was often where special guests were received and shown to the living room, where they would await Elvis to greet them. Elements of decor you see in these rooms today span all of the Elvis eras at Graceland, but the look is primarily the late 1960s to early 1970s incarnation. Next you will travel through Elvis' kitchen to his downstairs area which includes the TV room and pool room.

Jungle Room
As you make your way back upstairs, you can explore the famous Jungle Room with its green shagged carpets, Polynesian feel and exotically carved wood. This room was once the exterior access to the basement. In the 1960s, during one of Elvis' home improvement projects, it was added to the back of the house - first as a screened in porch and then closed in as a room a few years later. In 1974, Elvis redecorated with the current furnishings he stumbled upon at a Memphis furniture store. This room became a family favorite and Elvis liked it in part because it was reminiscent of Hawaii, where he enjoyed vacationing, film-making and performing.

Vernon's Office
After touring the Graceland Mansion, check out the other great parts of the 14-acre estate as you enter Vernon Presley’s business office. While it was Colonel Tom Parker who managed Elvis' career, it was Elvis' father Vernon Presley who managed his personal business. This building served as his office. Mr. Presley oversaw all of the details of Elvis' personal finances and the management and staffing on the grounds of Graceland. Outside in front of the office is a swing set Elvis bought in the 1970s for Lisa Marie to enjoy along with her cousins and friends.

Trophy Building
Next, visit Elvis’ trophy building that 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. This area was the large upper tier of a two-tiered patio installed as part of Elvis' renovations in 1957. In the 1960s, Elvis had this area enclosed as a recreation room, which included a large electric slot car track. Today, this building serves as a museum highlighting the amazing story of Elvis' career.

Racquetball Building
Then, step inside Elvis' racquetball building that displays some of his iconic jumpsuits and an impressive display of Elvis' posthumously received awards. In 1975, Elvis had this racquetball facility constructed in the backyard of Graceland. The racquetball court, where Elvis once enjoyed his leisure time, now serves as an exhibit space covering the 1972 - 1977 period of his amazing career.

Meditation Garden
The final stop on the tour of Graceland Mansion is Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest. Millions of fans from around the world have come to Graceland to pay their respects to Elvis - the humanitarian, singing sensation, movie star and King of Rock 'n' Roll.

Get a glimpse into the Graceland Archives as you explore hundreds of artifacts from our collection. Learn more about Elvis' life and career through a special video presentation featuring footage housed in our video archives.

Elvis loved cars and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum displays some of his favorites. Stroll down a tree-lined street see over 15 vehicles owned by Elvis. Highlights of this most impressive Elvis Presley museum include his Pink Cadillac, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, a 1975 Dino Ferrari, a 1973 Stutz Blackhawk, the pink Jeep 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.

Elvis was one of the most photographed celebrities in history and the Graceland Archives houses over 50,000 images of him. This new 2015 exhibit explores the photographers who captured shots of Elvis from the time he was an unknown kid trying to make it big, to some of his biggest concerts in the 1970s.

Celebrate Elvis’ love for Hawaii in this special exhibit that explores Elvis’ connection with the islands. This Elvis Presley museum 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.

In 1956, Elvis added movie star to his growing list of accomplishments when his first film, "Love Me Tender," opened in theaters. This new, limited-time VIP exhibit celebrates the 60th anniversary of Elvis' film debut and explores his 31 feature films and two concert documentaries through displays of movie costumes, scripts, photos, video and other fascinating artifacts from Elvis' movie career.

Fans now have the opportunity to explore the city that Elvis first called home. Elvis' Tupelo combines photos, video, and memorabilia in an interactive Elvis Presley museum 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. Travel only 90 miles away and plan your trip to the king's birthplace by visiting Tupelo.net.

After a tour of Graceland Mansion, visit our new 200,000 square foot entertainment complex, Elvis Presley’s Memphis. The state-of-the-art facility will also showcase interactive and immersive pop culture experiences that connect to Elvis’ personal interests and activities throughout his life, including his passion for automobiles and new technology. Elvis Presley’s Memphis will include: 

The new Presley Motors Automobile Museum will showcase 20 of Elvis’ favorite vehicles including his iconic Pink Cadillac, and will also feature a theater space showcasing Elvis movie clips focused on cars and racing.

At the new Career Museum, take an unprecedented journey through Elvis’ life and career, beginning with his early days in Tupelo through this rise to fame, his Hollywood career, the Las Vegas years and more. The exhibit will be the largest and most comprehensive Elvis museum in the world. 

Throughout Elvis Presley’s Memphis, visit our themed discovery exhibit spaces, as we showcase Elvis’ influences, important facets of his incredible life and his role in launching a music and pop culture revolution. 

Graceland's Ticket Office is located at 3765 Elvis Presley Blvd., Memphis, TN 38116.
Graceland Parking is located at 3717 Elvis Presley Blvd., Memphis, TN 38116. Parking at Graceland is $10.00 for standard vehicles and $15.00 for over-sized vehicles like RV’s, trailers or semi-trucks
Heartbreak Hotel is located at 3677 Elvis Presley Blvd., Memphis, TN 38116.

When you place your order you will receive a voucher which you can redeem at the Graceland ticket office across the street from the mansion in exchange for a timed ticket. When you arrive you will be assigned to the next available tour time. 

If you prefer you can call ahead to schedule a reserved tour time. Call the 
Graceland reservations  @ 901-332-3322 or 800-238-2010 (US). Hours are 8:30-5:00 Mon-Fri and 9:30-4:00 Sunday
Just mention that you have a 365Tickets voucher and the date you selected and they will set you up with your preferred tour time.

Please Note: Children 6 and under enter for free and do not need tickets.

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