Make your group Graceland reservations! While at Graceland, your group can also enjoy shopping for Elvis gifts and dining at Elvis restaurants in our Graceland Plaza area and enjoy countless other Memphis tourist attractions. See group rates or student group rates for more information.
Step inside Graceland Mansion and follow in the same steps as Elvis himself as you enjoy an audio-guided tour of where Elvis lived, relaxed and spent time with his friends and family. One of the most famous Memphis tours, the Graceland Mansion tour includes Elvis’ living room, music room, parents' bedroom, dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room and the famous Jungle Room.
After touring the Mansion, check out the other great parts of the 14-acre estate as you tour Vernon Presley’s business office and Elvis’ racquetball building. Also part of the Mansion tour you'll visit Elvis’ trophy building that houses an amazing collection of his gold and platinum records, as well as other great memorabilia from Elvis’ early career, his movies, his charitable endeavors and more. The final stop on the tour of Graceland Mansion is Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest.
New Graceland Archives Experience
Get a glimpse into the Graceland Archives as you explore hundreds of artifacts from our collection. Learn more about Elvis' life and career through a special video presentation featuring footage housed in our video archives.
Elvis Presley Automobile Museum
Elvis loved cars and the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum displays some of his favorites. Stroll down a tree-lined street see over 15 vehicles owned by Elvis. Highlights of this most impressive Elvis Presley museum include his Harley-Davidson motorcycles, a 1975 Dino Ferrari, a 1973 Stutz Blackhawk, the pink Jeep from "Blue Hawaii" and more. Also, see some of Elvis’ favorite motorized toys, including a go-cart, dune buggy, motorized three-wheelers and a pedal car.
Elvis’ Custom Jets
Elvis purchased a 1958 Convair 880 in April 1975 and named it Lisa Marie after his daughter. He spent more than $800,000 having the jet remodeled. Climb aboard this customized jet that features a living room, conference room, sitting room, and private bedroom, as well as gold-plated seat belts, suede chairs, leather covered tables, 24-karat gold-flecked sinks and more.
Then, take a peek inside Elvis’ smaller Lockheed Jet Star, customized by Elvis with a yellow and green interior, which was primarily used for taking Elvis’ manager and his staff from city to city on his concert tours.
I Shot Elvis
Elvis was one of the most photographed celebrities in history and the Graceland Archives houses over 50,000 images of him. This new 2015 exhibit explores the photographers who captured shots of Elvis from the time he was an unknown kid trying to make it big, to some of his biggest concerts in the 1970s.
Elvis’ Hawaii: Concerts, Movies and More!
Celebrate Elvis’ love for Hawaii and the 40th anniversary of “Aloha from Hawaii” in this new exhibit for 2013. This is the first exhibit to explore Elvis’ connection with the islands. The exhibit allows you to experience Elvis’ Hawaii and see why it was one of his favorite places to vacation. The exhibit features never-before-seen footage of Elvis, several of his jumpsuits worn during his concerts in Hawaii, and color footage of Elvis' first Hawaiian concert.
VIP TOUR-ONLY EXHIBIT
Elvis in Hollywood: From Teen Idol to Leading Man - New for 2016
In 1956, Elvis added movie star to his growing list of accomplishments when his first film, "Love Me Tender," opened in theaters. This new, limited-time VIP exhibit celebrates the 60th anniversary of Elvis' film debut and explores his 31 feature films and two concert documentaries through displays of movie costumes, scripts, photos, video and other fascinating artifacts from Elvis' movie career.
Fans now have the opportunity to explore the city that Elvis first called home. Elvis' Tupelo combines photos, video, and memorabilia in an interactive experience for fans to enjoy. Fans can see archival footage of Elvis' 1956 Tupelo Homecoming and scroll through childhood photos, rare artifacts and more. Fans also have access to some of the Presley family's clothing, personal photos, receipts, plus concert memorabilia and more.