Graceland HouseMore than 600,000 adoring fans annually make the big-daddy of all celebrity pilgrimages to 3764 Elvis Presley Boulevard, passing through those hallowed, music-booked-shaped gates onto the perfectly preserved and maintained 13.8 acre estate at Graceland, favorite tourist attraction in all of Memphis and place the legendary humanitarian, movie star and King of Rock and Roll loved and called home for more than 20 years; a stop by Graceland is an absolute must on any Blues City getaway! Guests enjoy audio-guided tours of the mansion featuring commentary and stories by Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie; they see where Elvis relaxed, played, ate, slept and spent time with his cherished friends and family on a very personal look inside the home of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, with peeks into each lovingly, elaborately decorated room, furnished in Elvis’ signature flamboyant style. You’ll love seeing the collection of vehicles Elvis owned at the time of his passing – especially the Pink Cadillac he bought for his precious Mama, as well as his purple Caddy Convertible, his Stutz Blackhawk and the Red MG he drove in 1961’s romantic musical comedy, “Blue Hawaii.” The final stop on every Graceland Tour is the Meditation Garden, rumored to have been Elvis’ favorite place on the Estate, where he would go in troubled times to seek peaceful refuge, and where he and several family members have been laid to rest; yearly processions on the eve of his death have attracted as many as 40,000 visitors, showing up to pay special homage as they file through the Garden and past the grave of the beloved, undisputed King of Rock and Roll. Graceland receives you with open arms into the world of the Elvis: the man, the movie star and the musical legend.

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