We spend 3 1/2 hours at Graceland not that there was long lines but a lot to see. I learned a few things I didn't know about Elvis since I have a husband and son inlaw that are just crazy about Elvis. It's pricey there are three different tours . You can do the Graceland Mansion tour which is $33.00 a person, Graceland Platinum tour for $37.00 which includes Audio guided tour of Graceland Mansion and grounds, Elivis Two custom Jets, Elvis Automobile Museum, Elvis Hawaii concerts, Movies, and more exhibit,Elvis live from vegas exhibit and the new one Elvis Tupelo Exhibit. This is the one we took which we felt was the best deal. The third tour is $70.00 per person and you get the same as the second tour plus added is Vip only exhibit through his daughters eyes, front of line mansion access, special all day ticket and keepsake backstage pass. They let you take as many pictures as you like and take as much time as you like. If you take the third package you can go back as many times as you like all day. But the other two packages you stay where you are until you are done looking and you can't go back in. So take your time and look as long as you want. After each exhibit you will walk into a gift shop so you will never miss a chance of getting some kind of gift they make sure you have every chance to do some kind of shopping.There are 16 Graceland shops! Also they have 4 restaurants right there too. If you have an RV or Tent they have a Graceland RV and campground right there with security too. Or you might like to stay at the Heartbreak hotel as well. Graceland is Good Sams so with our discount for our RV Site we paid $36.90 a night without Good Sams it would be $41.00 a night. The women are still the same even thought Elvis is long gone they still cry and are weak in the knees. It was for me to see women my mother's age and old as well as girls my daughters ages just so starry eyed. The king lives on in many hearts.
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