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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd Memphis, TN 38116 United States
+1 (901) 332-3322
Home of Elvis Presley
Home of Elvis Presley, it was opened to the public as a museum on June 7th 1982. Second to the White House, this is the most visited private home in the United States at 600,000 visitors a year.
Stick to the House Tour, Car Exhibit and the Lisa Marie Plane Exhibit. All the other exhibits are just attempts to suck you into multiple Gift Shops
- Merrill O'Ryan
Sign the wall at Graceland!
- Ramona Collins
At Christmas, Elvis's home is decorated with lights, etc. for the season.
- Tracie Simer
Elvis Presley's Grave in the Meditation Garden
- Hunter Wigelsworth
I was proud to bring the Stanley Cup to Graceland to see The King in April of 2004. Elvis' name isn't on the Stanley Cup however ... yet.
- Steve Giglio
Get a peanut butter and banana sandwich at Rockabillys.
- Jen Swearingen
Pick up a pair of Elvis shades in the Graceland gift shop!
- Alicia Dean
The Best Place to visit in the world
- Deborah Parker
See how rockin' royalty dressed at the new Elvis Presley: Fashion King exhibit at Graceland.
Show your AAA card for a discount
- Douglas M.
Stopping here was a good idea
- Brandon Fralich
I love Elvis!
- Jeff Matheny
Not a fan of Elvis? No problem. Flash back in time & view amazing vintage cars & clothes, take a tour of the superstar's mansion and private jet, and eat at a 60s style soda shop.
- Candace F.
Graceland is home to the King of Rock 'n' Roll and all of the #ElvisWeek events which will feature celebrity guests, live performances, and a week filled with celebrating the king!
Make sure to sign the wall and have your picture taken in front of the gates.
- The Commercial Appeal
Elvis Insiders get 10% off Graceland tour tix, gift shop and restaurant purchases, and room rates at Heartbreak Hotel!
10% discount with AAA membership. The platinum tour is only a few dollars more and you get a tour of the plane and a few other exhibits that are far less extensive.
- Torie Eells
Jim Neely's Interstate Bar-B-Que
Blues City Cafe
Charles Vergos' Rendezvous
B.B. King's Blues Club