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Graceland Virtual Tours

Graceland takes you on a panoramic 360° view of Elvis Presley's home. See where Elvis lived, relaxed and spent time with his friends and family. Take a look at the mansion from the entrance and step inside the foyer, the famous jungle room, and the racquetball trophy room to walk the same footsteps of the King of Rock 'n' Roll. Turn your virtual experience into a live one by visiting Elvis Presley’s Graceland in Memphis. Plan your trip!


Exterior of Graceland Mansion

Elvis fans can often be seen posing for photographs at the front entrance of the mansion. As the front door swings open, guests are able to enter the private world of a rock legend. Elvis loved Graceland and always enjoyed showing it off and entertaining friends and family there.
The home welcomes over 600,000 visitors a year and holds countless memories for the many friends, fans and family whose lives he touched. Take the 360° tour!

Mansion Foyer

The foyer is where special guests were greeted and shown to the living room where they would wait for Elvis to come down the stairs from his private area upstairs. Elvis would often entertain his guests on his 15-foot white sofa inside the living room. At the far end of the living room is the entrance into the music room where Elvis enjoyed singing and playing piano to his favorite gospel and R&B songs. Across the foyer from the living room - is the dining room where Elvis and his family would enjoy down-home Southern cooking for their evening meals. These rooms hosted many large gatherings and is where Elvis enjoyed the company of his friends and family. Take the 360° tour!

Mansion Jungle Room

One of Elvis' favorite hangouts was the "Jungle Room." The room is known for its Polynesian feel and exotically carved wood. In the early 1960s, during one of Elvis' home improvements, it was added to the back of the house. Elvis referred to the room as the den and later added the eccentric furniture and shag carpet reminiscent of Hawaii- one of Elvis' favorite places to vacation. In 1976, the room was transformed into a recording studio for a series of all-night sessions that later became the album called "From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee." The faux fur upholstery and green shag carpet on the floor and the ceiling completes the wild look and '70s feel - making this room an Elvis fan favorite. Take the 360° tour!

Ready to plan your ultimate rock 'n' roll pilgrimage to Elvis Presley's Graceland? Check out great savings and packages here on Graceland.com. Also, be sure to check out great dining options and our Elvis shops while visiting the Graceland Plaza.