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Elvis Presley went from being unknown to a smash sensation in 1956. Throughout that year, Elvis Presley enjoyed success with hits like "Heartbreak Hotel" his first RCA single becoming a national hit, his movie debut in Love Me Tender and television appearances.
New in March 2017-The Greatest Expansion in Graceland History- New State of the Art Entertainment Complex that features Elvis Presley's Career Museum, Automobile Museum, Performance Soundstage, Pop Culture Exhibits and more.
Elvis had a powerful effect on the media and this can be witnessed by visiting the Graceland Entertainment Complex. Visitors can explore the Sincerely Elvis Museum and delve into the history of Elvis' music and how his hip shaking actions pushed the limits of the younger generation.
Visitors who take part of the Elvis Presley Graceland VIP Tour can explore the Roots of Elvis Exhibit, sponsored by the Tupelo Convention and Visitors Bureau. This captivating display weaves a powerful story of Elvis' early years and all that influenced him into becoming the person and musical legend he turned out to be.
Once inside the Graceland Mansion on the Elvis Presley Graceland VIP Tour, feel the presence of Elvis himself as you follow along the same paths as he once did. Elvis' daughter Lisa Marie shares memories on a fascinating audio-guided tour of the mansion. The Graceland Mansion Tour takes visitors through Elvis' famous rooms like the music, dining, pool rooms and famous Jungle room.
Graceland Mansion offers other areas of interest on this 14 acre estate including Vernon Presley's business office and Elvis' racquetball building. Another fascinating part of the Mansion tour is visiting Elvis' trophy building which houses his collection of gold and platinum records along with memorabilia from his movies, charitable endeavors and more.
Elvis' passion for cars included a car collection of over 33 vehicles. Some of the highlights in the Automobile Museum include Elvis' famous Pink Cadillac, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, 1975 Dino Ferrari, 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, red MG from the movie Blue Hawaii and more.
In addition to the other attractions, visitors will want to check out the following Graceland exhibits:
Elvis Lives: The King and Pop Culture Exhibit
This amazing exhibit allows visitors to see Elvis' contribution to pop culture and where it brought the music industry to today. Observe the musical impact Elvis made throughout the world through video, photos and displays.
'68 Special Exhibit
The '68 Special Exhibit at Graceland Crossing delves into this historical television event that shares videos, photos and displays of artifacts. Some items included are outfits that Elvis wore during the '68 special, script and timeline of events that took place during that time.
The Elvis VIP Tour tour ends by taking visitors through Meditation Garden, the resting place of Elvis and members of his family.
The Elvis VIP Tour is the perfect way for fans to get their eTickets and immerse themselves in the history of Elvis, his music and the impact that he left on the world. Visitors will be left with a lasting impression knowing why Elvis was the King of Rock n Roll.