Graceland in Memphis
Graceland is the former home of legendary musician Elvis Presley, nestled in Memphis, Tennessee. The property is now a museum and popular tourist attraction, drawing in over 650,000 visitors annually.
Graceland was purchased by Elvis Presley in 1957, when he was just 22 years old. The mansion boasts 23 rooms, including a music room, TV room, and a racquetball court. Visitors can take a tour of the property and see many of the rooms Elvis used for entertaining, including his Jungle Room and the famous 'Lisa Marie' airplane.
The Graceland tour includes the Mansion Tour, Elvis' Automobile Museum, and the Elvis Presley Memphis complex. The complex includes exhibits on Elvis' life and career, including his jumpsuits, gold records, and even his famous pink Cadillac. There is also a new hotel on the property, aptly named The Guest House at Graceland.
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