This is it—the second most visited house in the United States—preserved exactly as when Elvis Presley lived here, ... More
This is it—the second most visited house in the United States—preserved exactly as when Elvis Presley lived here, complete with the Jungle Room and shag carpeting. Elvis' grave is also here and can be viewed free. Additionally, you can tour the auto museum, see the Lisa Marie and Jetstar airplanes, and view the Sincerely Elvis exhibit, all of which are across the street from the mansion, along with the ticket office. On August 16, the anniversary of Elvis' death, a candlelight vigil draws fans worldwide.
It was my first time visiting and I must say, I love this place! The staff was very friendly, and the atmosphere was great. There is so much to see, it's amazing!
If you can only visit one place in Memphis, Graceland is the place. Elvis and Graceland Rule! (Just do not stay at The Days Inn at Graceland, up the road!!)
I totally enjoyed the tour, was impressed with the staff, friendly and informative. Go early to avoid long lines....i found the platinum tour to be more than adequate for the cost. Would recommend this tour to anyone, Elvis fan or not.
I went to see Elvis's house back in 2002 in Memphis Tenn.
It was beautiful and gave me chills.Every business up and down the street from Elvis's house was loaded with memories.
I also went to Tupelo in Mississippi and I got to see where Elvis grew up,original furniture and the museum next door.We had a great time at both places.
The mansion was my favorite tho.
I absolutely loved it. But unfortunately, it's no place for the lil ones. While my 9 year old enjoyed it, my 5 year old was very tired and grumpy. While I was there, (about 5 hours) I saw no other children in the tours or the mansion. I really loved the EKSuccess scrapbook class.
I liked everything except for not being able to go uo stairs! I think that if we were allowed to go up staires it would been alot more fun, But you know it was still the most amazing thing I ever did! I am so excited to visit again in the future!
I LOVE GRACELAND. I GO EVERY YEAR, GETTING
READY TO GO IN A FEW HOURS. I CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF IT.WHEN I AM THERE I FEEL ELVIS' SPIRIT THERE. IT IS JUST AN AWESOME PLACE.
THERE IS NOTHING TO DISLIKE ABOUT GRACELAND,
IT IS A GREAT PLACE TO SEE....I CAN'T WAIT.
LINDA BARGE' MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
This place is very tastefully done. Yeah, Elvis died in the 70's and if you don't care for the decor of this era..then you probably won't care for Graceland. But the property is absolutely beautiful and the Memorial Gardens is pretty awesome as well.
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