I like Elvis music and after this tour I sure appreciated all that he did for the music industry. The house is like stepping back in time. It is as it was in 1977 when he died and I sure remember many of the things in it being popular in the 70s. Loved the basement rooms. We also saw his cars and planes, learned about his hometown in Mississippi, and saw stuff on this 1968 comeback. There was tons to see. Allow about 4-5 hours if you want to see it all. By the end our group all had had enough of Elvis. At least for that day. Each part of the tour ends at a gift shop so if you like to shop you will have lots to see. Actually My thoughts are that there are way too many separate shops. A couple of larger ones would have been better. They would probably need less staff then too as each shop had a few people in them working and sometimes not very many shoppers.
The cars are wheelchair accessible but definitely not the house. Even a walker wouldn't work in the house. The stairs to the basement are narrow and some areas are small as it Elvis's house not a tourist attraction.
If you like Elvis then go go go!
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