Elvis Presley: A look at ‘The Archives Vault’ tour at Graceland
Back in 1982, Elvis Presley’s Graceland mansion opened its doors to the public some five years after The King’s death.
The museum has since become the second most visited home in the USA after the White House.
Yet Memphis, Tennessee is a long way away for fans who live in the UK and Europe.
And now Graceland is coming across the pond with its very own exhibition in London.
Direct from Graceland: Elvis is set to open this autumn and offers fans the chance to “step inside the legacy”.
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Announced today on the official Graceland Instagram, the post is captioned: “For fans who cannot make the journey to Elvis’ home in Memphis, Graceland is coming to you in London!
“Direct from Graceland: Elvis is a major new retrospective exhibit that will open October 2023 at @Arches.LondonBridge.
“The exhibit will feature over 400 artefacts that have never been seen in the UK!”
Additionally a VIP: White Glove Experience is on offer which includes the chance to handle some of Elvis’ personal items.
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A description reads: “Over 400 plus artefacts, from his prized Ferrari Dino to his iconic Gold Lamé Suit, chart Elvis’s humble beginnings to his meteoric rise to fame in this kaleidoscopic chronicle of the King.
Journey through multiple gallery spaces from Elvis the man to the global sensation, the performer and movie star – and experience first-hand featuring towering tributes to The 68 Special, Aloha From Hawaii, and Las Vegas with an immersive spectacle to relive the iconic performance. Finally, explore his Legacy and his continuing influence on pop culture from the opening of Graceland to the critically acclaimed Baz Luhrmann film Elvis (2022).
Pre-sale tickets are set to go on sale on August 22 and you can join the waiting list here.
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