Graceland Tours and Activities
The second most-visited home in the United States (behind only the White House), Graceland was home to Elvis Presley during the height of his career. Although the rock ’n’ roll singer and pop culture icon died in the white-columned mansion in 1977 at the age of 42, touring the wacky rooms of this 17,552-square-foot (1,630-square-meter) estate offers insight into the mind of The King, who is buried in the estate's Meditation Gardens.
Tours and Activities to Experience Graceland
Frequently Asked Questions
- Nashville to Memphis Daytrip with Graceland VIP Tour, Sun Studio, Peabody Hotel
- Private Immersive Elvis Experience with Skip-the-Line Graceland Tickets
- City of Memphis Guided Bus Tour
- Elvis Presley's Childhood Home with Lunch & Transportation from Memphis