Elvis Presley’s Graceland virtual tour is adding dates because of popular demand. There are four different types of tours to choose from.
The Graceland tour had to close its doors during the first two months of quarantine. The house is open, though, with Covid protocol certainly in place. Additionally, Elvis Presley Enterprises is now offering more tours of the incredible house.
The tour takes you through Graceland’s mansion, the private jet, and Elvis Presley’s car and clothes collection. It also takes you through his entertainment complex which is reportedly astounding.
The tour of the place is two hours long and costs almost $100, but the experience seems to be worth the price. The Vice President of Graceland Archives and Exhibits will show you around the house. He also is happy to answer questions about anything that arises during the tour.
Elvis Presley’s Graceland tour is only offering four additional tours. The existing tours were at the end of February, with the other taking place at the end of March. So, they wrote a long statement about giving more tours through Graceland.
“The response to these tours has exceeded our expectations. As all three of our initial Graceland Virtual Live Tours have officially sold out. So we are very happy to announce that we have added additional tour dates as well as three brand new virtual tour options.”
Elvis Presley’s Graceland Adds More Virtual Tours
Graceland is offering specific tours of spots around the house. Each tour will tailor to specific aspects within the place, so you can choose which tour best fits your interests.
“There are now four unique Graceland Virtual Live Tour options available so that you can choose the one that’s right for you! All Virtual Live Tours are hosted by Angie Marchese, Vice President of Graceland Archives and one of the world’s foremost experts on all-things Elvis Presley.”
Again, the company running the tours says that each tour will focus on certain parts of Graceland. The things inside the tour will each have a story about them. Consequently, there will be plenty of time to ask questions about any artifact that interests you.
“These two-hour guided tours will provide guests a behind-the-scenes VIP experience with unique highlights. And an in-depth look into Elvis’ life, with the new options offering a more detailed and in-depth look at some of the specific aspects of the Graceland campus such as the Mansion and Elvis Presley’s Memphis exhibit and entertainment complex – where guests can see various artifacts such as Elvis’ cars, jumpsuits, gold records, and movie memorabilia.”
One part of the new tour will get an opportunity to see Elvis Presley’s personal items. This is certainly a unique way to see things that the public cannot.
Each of the four tours cost $98.50. The tour will take place on a private Facebook stream. You will be given access once you purchase your ticket.