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Elvis Presley's Graceland
Elvis’ life was the iconic American success story. Thanks to his incredible charisma and seductive, versatile singing voice Elvis clawed his way from poverty to amazing riches, from the Great Depression-era shotgun shack in Tupelo where he was born to his beloved Graceland Mansion.
Graceland opened to fans and tourists in 1982 and it remains a living monument to the spirit and taste of Elvis Presley, not to mention a style bible for the 1970s.
The entrance ticket entitles visitors to enter Graceland and see Elvis' living room, music room, Elvis' parents' bedroom, the dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room, and jungle den in the main house. Also open are Elvis’ racquetball court and original business office behind Graceland Mansion. Please note that VIP Graceland tours are also available, please contact Bon Voyage for further details.
Part of the excitement of the Graceland tour is viewing the extensive collection of Elvis Presley's leather and lamé stage costumes and Elvis’ trophy building, which houses his collection of gold records and awards. Career mementos, jewellery, photographs, and other Elvis memorabilia are on exhibit. The finale of the Graceland tour is the Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family are buried.
NEW: Elvis: Past, Present & Future.
This new state-of-the-art interactive entertainment attraction offers a fully-immersive Elvis and pop-culture experience and opened in Spring 2017 - click here for details.