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    Graceland is definitely a must see & must experience attraction. From the moment you arrive you become in awe of your surroundings and start realizing how many people come to visit this mecca. I would definitely recommend the full tour with each of the studios on the property to get the full experience of Elvis. Make sure you set aside atleast 5 hours to take in all of the sites Graceland has to offer. You will want to take your time through most of the rooms inside Graceland to read and watch the variety of memorabilia it has to offer.Afterwards I would head over to Sun Studios and take the tour there. They even let you hold the real microphone Elvis used to record on.It seems if you get there around 11am there isn’t much of a line to wait on for the Mansion tour.

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    During one of my recent drives across country it looked like I would be passing through Memphis, so I thought when else would I take the time to visit Graceland? I’m so glad I made the stop! I’m not sure what I expected, but I got a cool, relaxing, and insightful look into the short life of someone who’s touched millions of people. The tour is not cheap, but they give you a tablet with headphones that allows you to progress through the home and grounds at your own pace. The whole experience left me thinking that I would like to learn more about Elvis. Definitely worth the time it takes to tour the home.

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    Even being a native Memphian I still find Graceland an amusing & fascinating place to visit. Highly recommended by me.One concern I have would be the area of Memphis that the Museum, shops & Elvis’ mansion are situated in. This is to me is area that of town tourist & even locals should use extra caution in. I suggest touring in groups for added safety.

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    Exactly as tacky as you’d feared/hoped. It’s an iconic piece of American history that is definitely worth seeing once. I don’t know if I’d go back but glad I got a chance to check it out.

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    Not a huge Elvis fan, but came here and did the mansion tour while on a business trip in the area and found it very interesting. Parking was easy, tons of employees everywhere to assist. Personal IPads conducted the tour (John Stamos narrated) so there was lots of extra interactive stuff. They were very good about not rushing you through. If you are into history or pop culture from the 50’s, 60’s, or 70’s, you will enjoy this tour.