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 path that Elvis took, surround yourself with the things that he loved, and experience the sights and sounds of the city that inspired him. Experience Elvis’ life and career like never before – his roots, his influences and his artistry.
Elvis: The Entertainer Career Museum
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.
Presley Motors Automobile Museum
Elvis loved cars and the Presley Motors Automobile Museum displays some of his favorites. Highlights of this most impressive Elvis Presley museum include his Pink Cadillac, a 1975 Dino Ferrari, a 1973 Stutz Blackhawk and more.
eLVIS dISCOVERY eXHIBITS
See even more of Elvis' motorized toys in this exhibit space, which feature some of our largest artifacts, including his motorcycles and John Deere tractor - plus Elvis' ski boats, on display for the first time at Graceland.
Icons: The Influence of Elvis Presley Exhibit
Celebrate Elvis' status as a music pioneer that paved the way for many of today's artists and celebrities with items from 25 artists, including Bruce Springsteen, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John and more.
Mystery Train: The Sam Phillips Exhibit
In partnership with the Phillips family, this signature exhibition presents the incredible story of music visionary and legendary record producer Sam Phillips, who essentially created rock 'n' roll and discovered so many incredible artists at Memphis Recording Service/Sun Studio, including Howlin' Wolf, B.B. King, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash and, of course, Elvis Presley.
Elvis' Tupelo Exhibit
Discover the city that Elvis first called home - Tupelo, Mississippi. Scroll through childhood photos, rare artifacts and more - plus see the Presley family's clothing, personal photos and receipts from their early days in Tupelo.
Elvis' love for the fair started during his early years in Tupelo and continued throughout his life. At The Fairgrounds, step back in time to the 1956 Mississippi-Alabama Fair with an old-fashion carnival midway featuring vintage games.
The Country Road to Rock Exhibit: The Marty Stuart Collection
Learn about the history of country music and its influences on rock 'n' roll in this unique exhibit featuring items from the collection of American country music singer-songwriter Marty Stuart.
Private Presley: Elvis in the Army Exhibit
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.
Elvis Fashion King Exhibit
Explore the fashion trends set by the King of Rock 'n' Roll with his own unique style and custom-made clothing. This exhibit showcases items from Elvis' closet including handmade shirts and suits.
Stop by and watch one of Elvis' movies or see the King of Rock 'n' Roll in concert on the big screen!