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Graceland
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$110.00*
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Elvis Presley's Graceland Self-Guided Tour With Transportation
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$86.85*
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Elvis Presley Graceland VIP Tour
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Transportation with Elvis VIP Plus Graceland Admission
Ranked #3 of 156 things to do in Memphis
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee, is the home of Elvis Presley, the King of Rock 'n' Roll. Elvis Presley's Graceland is open daily with tours of Graceland Mansion, Elvis’ custom jets and our new entertainment and exhibit complex, Elvis Presley’s Memphis. The new complex includes a new automobile museum, Presley Motors, and Elvis: The Entertainer Career Museum, the world’s largest and most comprehensive Elvis museum in the world, as well as many more exhibits, restaurants and shops. The tour of Graceland Mansion features an interactive, iPad tour with additional enhancements including photos, video and more.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities
Reviewed April 30, 2014

Being of "baby boomer" age, we found Graceland to be a great place to visit. We were overwhelmed by the number of awards that Elvis won. The displays are super. The mansion and car museum are the real highlights of the visit.

Thank Gary G
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Reviewed April 30, 2014

I was concerned that this would be a 'tacky' experience but I was actually impressed at how they have retained the original house and fittings and don't try to exploit you (too much) as you make your visit. It does seem like you have to exit through a gift shop every time you leave an exhibit and they do try to sell you the photo they take at the start of the tour but all in all this was a great attraction.

I don't think it would have been so great if it had been busy though so I would thoroughly recommend trying to visit when quiet. We were not rushed in any way but there were TV screens in the car port for 'any rooms you may have missed' suggesting that at busy times you may be rushed through.

We paid the extra to see the cars and planes and, whilst interesting, I probably wouldn't have bothered if I'd known what I was getting for the money.

Thank StuLux23
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Reviewed April 30, 2014

Graceland is magical. They have done a fabulous job keeping the authenticity of Elvis alive here. This is a must see if you are in the area. Its place for all ages and types not just elvis fans. My favorite was the jungle room and the pool. The cemetery area is peaceful and a great memorial to the legend himself.

Thank Margy M
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Reviewed April 29, 2014 via mobile

After travelling from Tupelo in the morning we took the afternoon to visit Graceland.
It was really interesting and completely exceeded all of our expectations.
We were expecting a tacky, over the top, blingy experience but were pleasantly surprised.
It was a well put together thought out tour of Elvis' home and a great insight into his life through the various other exhibitions - his cars, planes and even the clothes he wore.
We opted for the platinum tour and found it very good value for money as we spent about 4 hours there all together. We did miss out 2 exhibitions though as it was closing time!

Thank rainbizzle
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Reviewed April 29, 2014

Graceland advertises that it is handicapped accessible and for the most part it is. There are 2 rooms in the basement on the basic tour that are not handicapped accessible. The problem is that the tour guides rather abruptly tell the wheelchair occupant to go out the front door and meet with their party around the back - we had no idea where to go and it was raining like crazy! Graceland itself is like a homage to the 70's - I enjoyed the displays regarding Elvis and his career far more.

2  Thank Susan P
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