Elvis Presley's Graceland Tour
- All entrance fees included
- All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
- Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
- Recorded commentary by audio headphones
Graceland Platinum Tour:
Package includes the Graceland Mansion audio-guided tour along with self-guided tours of the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum, the Elvis in Hollywood exhibit, Elvis Lives: The King and Pop Culture Exhibit, Elvis Presley: Fashion King Exhibit and the '68 Special Exhibit.
Upgrade to the Graceland Entourage VIP Tour:
Package includes all of the exhibits as well as a VIP Only Exhibit at Graceland Mansion, Front of Line Access to the Mansion, a special All Day ticket and a Keepsake Backstage Pass.
All exhibits, except Graceland Mansion are located in the plaza, next to the Ticket Office.
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All self-paced plaza attractions open approximately one hour after the Ticket Office opens and they close approximately one hour after the Ticket Office closes.
Ticket Office Hours:
March 1 to October 31:
Monday to Saturday - 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday - 10:00am to 4:00pm
November 1 to November 30:
Daily, 10:00am to 4:00pm
December 1 to February 28 :
Daily except Tuesday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
All times subject to change. You should call the day prior to reconfirm operating hours for your day of visit
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Graceland Platinum Tour
Graceland Platinum Tour - includes audio guided tour of Graceland Mansion and the grounds and self-guided tours of all the attractions
USD $40.00Pricing details
Graceland Entourage VIP Tour
Graceland Entourage VIP Tour - includes all components of the Platinum Tour and Front of Line Mansion access, VIP Only exhibit at Graceland Mansion, Special All Day Ticket and Keepsake Backstage Pass
USD $72.00Pricing details
Elvis Presley's Graceland Tour
- Self-Guided Audio tour of Graceland Mansion
- Self-Guided tour of Automobile Museum
- Self-guided tour of Elvis in Hollywood Exhibit
- Self-guided tour of Elvis Lives: The King and Pop Culture Exhibit
- Self-guided tour of Elvis Presley: Fashion King Exhibit
- Self-guided tour of '68 Special Exhibit
- All of the above
- Front of the Line Mansion Access
- Special VIP Only exhibit at Graceland Mansion
- Special All Day Ticket
- Keepsake Backstage Pass
- Gratuities (Optional)
- Meals and Beverages
- Self-Guided tour of Elvis' Custom Jets ($5 USD paid directly to tour operator)
- This product must be booked at least 48 hours in advance of your travel date
- Confirmation for this product will be received at time of booking
- From time to time, certain exhibits at Graceland may be closed to the public due to artifacts being changed out or for cleaning or repairs. These occasions are rare and are strategically planned during slower times of the year
Important Information Regarding Cameras:
Still Cameras - Guests may take photographs with a regular still camera in all areas of the Graceland complex, inside and out, including the mansion property. Flashes of any kind are not allowed inside the mansion or any museums or attractions. Tripods are not allowed as they present a safety hazard for guests walking by.
Audio-Visual Equipment and Digital Cameras - Due to the need for copyright protection, the use of video cameras, movie cameras, tape recorders and digital cameras is prohibited inside any of the museums, attractions and shops inside the plaza. The use of this equipment is allowed only outdoors in Graceland Plaza. It is not permitted on the Graceland's Mansion grounds. Lockers are provided for guests who do not wish to leave their equipment in their vehicle.
Guests with Disabilities:
Wheelchairs are available at no charge for use on the mansion property only. Inquire at the shuttle boarding area or with your shuttle driver for assistance at the mansion property. Graceland also has mansion tour shuttles equipped with a wheelchair lift.
All gift shops, restaurants and visitor facilities, the automobile museum, and the Sincerely Elvis museum are fully wheelchair accessible. The mansion tour is wheelchair accessible except for two rooms in the basement. The airplanes tour is not wheelchair accessible, but guests who cannot physically take the on-board tour may have free access to the terminal to enjoy the video and free access to the airplane display area to view the plane exteriors and take pictures.
Mansion tour scripts for hearing impaired guests are available at the Guest Services desk and at the mansion.
Elvis images(s) used by permission, Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc
Graceland Archives Experience
VIP and Platinum tour guests will enjoy a live presentation at the new Graceland Archives Studio. Hosted by a Graceland studio guide, the presentation will showcase a special artifact from the Graceland Archives Collection. Guests will have the opportunity to hear stories, see related items and learn more about the Graceland Archives.
Just outside the ticket office is a shuttle to take guests across Elvis Presley Blvd to enter Elvis' 14-acre estate. With individual headsets, guests enjoy a specially produced audio tour presentation featuring an informative narrative, music and commentary from Elvis himself, and personal recollections of Lisa Marie Presley. The home tour consists of the living room, music room, Elvis' parents bedroom, the dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room, and 'jungle' den in the main house, Elvis' racquetball building and his original business office. The highlight of the mansion tour is Elvis' trophy building, which houses his enormous collection of gold records and awards, along with an extensive display of career mementos, stage costumes, jewelry, photographs and much more. The tour ends with a quiet visit to the Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest. Shuttles return guests to the plaza. The tour lasts approximately 60-90 minutes.
NOTE: The audio tour is available in English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese, Portuguese and Dutch
Elvis' Automobile Museum
A green Cadillac convertible marks the entrance to this exhibit. Guests walk down a landscaped, curbed, tree-lined 'highway' past colorful exhibits of vehicles owned and enjoyed by Elvis. Highlights include his famous 1955 pink Cadillac, 1956 purple Cadillac convertible, 1973 Stutz Blackhawk, the red MG Elvis drove in the movie Blue Hawaii, his Harley Davidson motorcycles, three-wheeled supercycles and more. Also displayed are personal items such as his leather cycle jackets, gasoline credit cards and driver's license. A modern-day tribute to Elvis' passion for cars is a special exhibit of two official 1998 race cars with Elvis-themed designs: the Elvis NASCAR that was driven by Rusty Wallace and the Elvis NHRA 'Funny car' that was driven by John Force. The tour is self-guided and self-paced (approximately 30 minutes) and may be visited any time during business hours.
Elvis’ starred in 31 feature films, including box office smashes such as "Love Me Tender" and "Jailhouse Rock." The Elvis in Hollywood Exhibit tells the story of how Elvis transitioned from rock ‘n’ roll star to movie star. The exhibit features memorabilia from his film career, including his wardrobe, personal scripts, rare behind-the-scenes photos, personal copies of his own feature films and more
Elvis Lives: The King and Pop Culture Exhibit
This interactive exhibit allows you to experience how Elvis has influenced pop culture as we know it today. Through video, photos and special displays, you will be able to trace Elvis’ impact on music and the world, explore Elvis’ music through listening stations and more.
Elvis Presley: Fashion King Exhibit
At Graceland Crossing, take a step inside the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s closet and explore the fashion trends set by Elvis with his own unique style and custom-made clothing. The new exhibit, Elvis Presley: Fashion King showcases everything from Elvis’ handmade shirts and suits to flashy jewelry and shoes, giving visitors a first-hand look at how to dress like royalty.
The '68 Special Exhibit at Graceland Crossing offers a look at this historic television event through videos, photos and displays of artifacts from the special. The displays include some of the outfits Elvis wore during the '68 Special, a script and a timeline of significant historical events occurring in the U.S. at that time.
Reviewed by: Frank S, May 2015
This tour was amazing!
Reviewed by: Floyd P, May 2015
Tennessee is beautiful country. Everyone at Graceland was very courteous. The hamburgers at the 50's diner were the best I've ever had!