Scouts Rock at Graceland
Each year, Graceland welcomes hundreds of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who travel to Memphis from all over the country to enjoy a day full of learning, creating and rock 'n' rolling at Scouts Rock at Graceland. Scouts Rock is April 8, 2017! Download a registration form now.
During Scouts Rock at Graceland, Scouts learn new skills and earn achievements toward ranks or pin/belt loop/merit badge requirements in the following:
- Service Opportunities
- American Heritage
See below for additional details on how to register to be part of the 2017 Scouts Rock at Graceland event. It’s a fantastic idea if you’re looking for a field trip to take with your scout troop.
The Guest House at Graceland is offering a special $129 per night plus tax for Scouts and their families who are in town for Scouts Rock at Graceland. To make your reservation or for more information, call 800-238-2000 or 901-443-3000.
The next Scouts Rock at Graceland is April 8, 2017. Click here to download a registration form.
For more information, call Graceland Reservations at 901-332-3322 or 800-238-2000.
Tickets are for Scouts and family members (siblings and adults) and include the Graceland mansion tour and more. Weather permitting, Scouts can see horses in the pasture at Graceland. Kids are welcome to pack a sack lunch as well. Concessions will also be available throughout Graceland Plaza.
A collectible “Scouts Rock at Graceland” patch will also be available for $4 each.
We ask that each group please bring non-perishable food items which will be donated to the Mid-South Food Bank. The youth will also have the opportunity to design a card to be sent to U.S. soldiers through the American Red Cross.
A portion of the ticket price will be donated to the Boy Scouts of America Chickasaw Council and the Girl Scouts Heart of the South.
Bring your troop to one of the best Girl and Boy Scout trips around!
Watch 2016 Scouts Rock at Graceland video
In 2016, hundreds of boys and girls from across the United States toured Elvis Presley's Graceland, worked on service projects and learned about safety, nature, wildlife, music, geology, horseshoeing and much more in workshops on location at Graceland. Scouts sang karaoke, learned about how to be a DJ and got up close and personal with an owl and a hawk. They wrote thank-you letters to U.S. troops and used popsicle-sticks to create colorful picture frames. See the photo gallery!