How much would you pay for a virtual live tour of Elvis Presley’s Graceland?
Today, January 27, the rock-and-roll legend’s famous home opens its doors via a private, closed Facebook group for a two-hour guided tour. But a visit to the King’s mansion will cost what some might consider a king’s ransom — $100 per ticket.
What will guests see?
- Lisa Marie’s Convair 880 jet, nicknamed the “Flying Graceland”
- Elvis Presley’s Memphis exhibit and entertainment complex which features his cars, jumpsuits, gold records and movie memorabilia
- The 17,552 square-foot mansion itself.
Hosted by Angie Marchese, vice president of Graceland Archives and Exhibits, the tour promises “a VIP experience with an in-depth look into Elvis’ life.” Starting at Graceland’s front door and concluding in the Meditation Garden, Marchese will field questions from viewers throughout the event.
Once concluded, the tour will be archived for 72 hours so viewers can relive the experience.
To purchase tickets or for more information, go to graceland.com/virtual-tour. You can also call 1-800-238-2000 (US) or 901-332-3322 (international).
(Top image source: Business Wire)
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