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Angela B wrote a review Yesterday
2 contributions
It was a great experience!! Vernon restaurant has an awesome bartender named Carlos!! He was very friendly, serves great drinks!! Go see them!!
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Date of experience: November 2020
HappyTravelers wrote a review Nov 23
Sulphur, Oklahoma2 contributions
My husband and I visited Graceland on Nov. 10,2020. Our bad experience started at the parking lot gate with the parking attendant. The attendant was rude and very unconcerned about our parking questions. She obviously did not want to be there. Next the lady at the ticket counter was rude and unfriendly. We did not pre-order tickets, we walked up to the will call window and asked if we could purchase tickets from her; she said is there anyone down at the other windows? I walked to see, returned to her window and told her "no" there was no one else and she quipped "I guess you have to buy them from me then, don't ya" . My husband was ready to turn around and walk out at the point. In the racquet ball building, the staff person was asleep on the stairs. At the end of the tour, when returning our audio equipment, we tried to hand her our ipads and she I don't want that! just the head phones. The friendliest person all day was the young lady at the exit gate. Graceland staff needs to be retrained, or fired!
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Date of experience: November 2020
ificouldonlyfly wrote a review Nov 22
Yankton, South Dakota224 contributions74 helpful votes
First of all, you do not need to be a mega fan to enjoy this and really get something out of it, although I do think everyone that visits will leave with a deeper appreciation and even love, for Elvis and all that he accomplished in his short life. I've always wanted to visit Graceland, as I love "roadside attractions" and would not consider myself a huge Elvis fan, although I appreciate his music. My little daughter LOVES Elvis, so we decided to go, and since we figured this was once-in-a-lifetime, we got the VIP experience, which was WORTH IT! The tour was a good 4 hours, but you will need more time on your own to explore everything. Right now their numbers are down, which I had been worried about visiting a major tourist attraction during a pandemic. We were relieved that masks are enforced & there are jugs of hand sanitizer everywhere - we ended up feeling safer and more comfortable here, than going to the grocery store at home in the small town where we live! 2 things I want to note. First of all, the house itself is very beautiful and tasteful. The Jungle Room is quintessential 70s, as was the kitchen, which its carpeted floor reminded me of my Aunt's house, but that to me was charming. The living room & dining room all in white and the Peacock stained glass windows were beautiful, as was Gladys's purple bedroom. It was sad to see the racquet ball court and the piano next to it, knowing this was where Elvis last played shortly before he died. The other thing I want to say, is you can see so many of his outfits on display - from concerts, his wedding, his movies, and more, including the last jumpsuit he ever performed in. You can see how slim Elvis was, and even shortly before he died he was not fat, as so many people want to say. He may not have been as in shape as he was at 22 (who is?!), but he was not fat. We did not expect to spend all day here, but it was easy to do, because there was just so much to see. My daughter actually loved to see all the cars (all different colors, and brands) and I liked seeing all the outfits. There are also some really fun interactive screens where you can make a video of Elvis singing to you, videos of you dancing with Elvis, and you wearing an Elvis jumpsuit. We had a blast doing all of them several times! Also, the infamous tv that Elvis shot out, is on display too, and I loved seeing that in person. We toured the Lisa Marie airplane and jet also. The main reason I also sprung for the VIP, is I wanted the special photo op. The item changes, but you get to hold (with white gloves), a personal effect of Elvis. I've heard others say it was a microphone or a ring, but what we got to hold was even better. The keys to the Pink Cadillac! It was so exciting, especially since we got to see the car in his collection! Allison was our tour guide, and she had a wealth of information, and seemed to really enjoy showing us everything. We ate at Vernon's smokehouse, as the VIP tour comes with vouchers to eat there. The food was good, and it was convenient to stay on site for lunch. There are several souvinir shops, and a couple pressed penny machines too. When we were almost done, they were closing up at 5. Which worked out, because they closed the gates to Graceland, so we got some cool pictures in front of them, and we wrote our names on the wall. It's a block back to the Guest House from the gates, maybe less, so we just walked back instead of taking the shuttle. In the end, we had the best time, and I would love to go back again one day.
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Date of experience: November 2020
MrsChristineW0216 wrote a review Nov 21
Fort Worth, Texas25 contributions7 helpful votes
Amazing and informative. Beautiful property and well kept. The staff is very friendly. You will learn a lot about Elvis and who he was.
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Date of experience: November 2020
Tom Croom wrote a review Nov 20
Vero Beach, Florida54 contributions
If you've ever wanted to see 1970s opulence at its peak, then you NEED to visit Graceland. The entire property is a time capsule showcasing the life of Elvis Presley in ways casual fans (like myself) might not expect. A private racquetball court? Of course. Three televisions in the living room? It was good enough for the president, so it was good enough for Elvis. A custom airplane? Oh, hell yes. And then there's the Jungle Room. The self guided tour even has an audio component hosted by John "Uncle Jesse" Stamos. My wife and I went shortly after they re-opened in 2020 with new COVID-19 restrictions in place. While they weren't perfect (the shuttle to and from the house did not distance seats correctly) - the limited capacity overall made the experience feel comfortable. A positive side effect to this was the ability to get clear photos of the tour without random people getting in the shot. We opted to stay across the street at the Guest House at Graceland which I recommend if you're coming to visit Graceland in order immerse yourself into pure TCB culture. It definitely made the experience that much more memorable. WARNING: Side effects include forcing your spouse to listen to Elvis Radio on SiriusXM for the remainder of your road trip after visiting.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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