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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Only 10 minutes from downtown and 3 minutes from the Memphis Airport.
3600 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
A state-of-the-art entertainment and exhibit complex over 200,000-square-feet in size, Elvis Presley’s Memphis enables you to follow the life path that Elvis took, surround yourself with the things that he loved, and experience the events, sights and sounds of the city that inspired him.
At Elvis Presley’s Memphis, guests the opportunity to spread out and enjoy our exhibits at your own pace in your own space.
Immerse yourself in Elvis' incredible career through hundreds of artifacts from the extensive Graceland Archives, including Elvis' amazing collection of gold and platinum records, his stunning jumpsuits, memorabilia from his movies, and more! This museum is the world's largest and most comprehensive Elvis museum in the world.
Located inside Elvis Hollywood Backlot
The Making of ELVIS Movie Exhibition looks at the beginning of the creative process of Baz Luhrmann's celebrated film ELVIS and follows it through its journey to the big screen, taking the story from paper to film. Highlights of the exhibition include behind-the-scenes videos of the making of the film, including videos shot while researching Memphis and Tupelo, during the set builds in Australia, and rehearsals. The exhibit also features drafts of scripts, props, costumes and accessories worn by Austin Butler (Elvis), Tom Hanks (Colonel Tom Parker), Olivia DeJonge (Priscilla) and other actors! Plus, a look at the worldwide media frenzy surrounding the film.
Elvis loved cars and the Presley Motors Automobile Museum displays some of his favorites. Highlights of this most impressive Elvis Presley Automobile Museum
include his Pink Cadillac, a 1975 Dino Ferrari, a 1973 Stutz Blackhawk and more.
Located inside Elvis: The Entertainer Career Museum
Elvis: Dressed to Rock is an in-depth exhibit exploring Elvis on-stage style from 1969-1977. Featuring over 100 pieces of stagewear, including jumpsuits, capes, belts, jewelry, original designer sketches, and more, visitors will be enamored by floor-to-ceiling displays of fashion pieces that defined the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s style in a newly reimagined Elvis: The Entertainer Museum experience.
Graceland has recently introduced ten state-of-the-art, immersive experiences that invite guests to become the King or Queen of social media! Fans now have the opportunity to get closer to Elvis than ever before via new virtual and augmented reality activities. Designed to inspire, entertain and inform, these additions create dozens of interactive, shareable moments and one-of-a-kind customized photos and videos of you and Elvis to download, share with friends and treasure forever! All activities are included in your Graceland ticket price, so C’mon Everybody – let’s have some fun!
TOUCHDOWN! When Elvis had some down time, chances are you could find him playing a game of touch football or watching a game on TV. This exhibit, located inside the Haberdashery, celebrates Elvis' favorite sport - football. See his handwritten plays, sports equipment and more. This exhibit features several items that are on display for the first time at Graceland.
Located inside the Graceland Archives Experience
When it came to karate, Elvis was not “Elvis the Entertainer,” he was “Elvis the Martial Artist." This exhibit documents his love for karate and features his personal Gi’s, his honorary Testatkarte Membership Certificate, Elvis’ 7th and 8th degree Kenpo Karate Black Belt Certificates, the original handwritten script for his 1974 karate documentary the “New Gladiators” and many other rarely seen karate-related items.
Located inside the Graceland Archives Experience
Most kings have castles. Elvis Presley had a home. Since opening to the public in 1982, Graceland has welcomed over 20 million visitors, including Hollywood stars, best-selling music artists, heads of state, royalty, and of course, Elvis fans. But before it was open to the world’s visitors, it was home to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. In celebration of 65 years since Elvis purchased Graceland, and 40 years since it opened for public tours, this exhibit explores the story of Elvis’ Graceland through photos, personal artifacts, and Graceland Archival footage.
This exhibit, located inside the Haberdashery, is all about Lisa Marie Presley. It features personal items from her childhood including her record player, roller skates and clothing, as well as items from her musical career. The exhibit explores Lisa the daughter, the mother, her charity work, her career, as well as how she continues to carry on her dad’s legacy at Graceland.
Explore a film set at the Hollywood Backlot exhibit! This exhibit features the actual sets used in the CMT show "Sun Records." The sets include the WHBQ set and the Sun Studio set, and you can also watch scenes from the show that were filmed in these sets.
See even more of Elvis' motorized toys in this exhibit space, which features some of our largest artifacts, including his motorcycles and John Deere tractor - plus Elvis' ski boats, on display for the first time at Graceland.
Celebrate Elvis' status as a music pioneer that paved the way for many of today's artists and celebrities with items from more than 25 artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John and others.
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Elvis served in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1960. In this exhibit, learn more about Elvis' service to his country as you walk through his induction and time spent in the service, including his time spent in Germany. Special artifacts include Elvis' Army fatigues, dress uniforms, army foot locker, suitcases and more.
Get a glimpse into the Graceland Archives as you explore hundreds of artifacts from our collection.
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Due to reduced tour capacities, guests are strongly encouraged to purchase tour tickets in advance to ensure they receive their preferred tour time. In addition, purchasing in advance allows you to skip the ticketing lines and proceed directly to your tour at your assigned tour time.
After you’ve made your way through each Elvis Presley museum and exhibit, be sure to check out the great dining options and our Elvis shops while visiting Elvis Presley's Memphis. Plan to experience Elvis today!