Direct from Graceland: Elvis
- Discover the life of one of the most influential 20th century figures, Elvis Presley
- See over 400 artefacts — the most significant collection to ever leave Memphis
- Learn more about his personal life, hobbies and early years
- A must-visit for all King of Rock and Roll fans
- Once booked, tickets cannot be cancelled or amended.
- The exhibition is wheelchair friendly.
One of the most iconic and influential figures of the 20th century, all things Elvis Presley come to London direct from Graceland for an exhibition like no other. Featuring the most significant collection of artefacts to ever leave Memphis, uncover the life of the King of Rock and Roll this October.
Enjoy a powerful narrative exploring Elvis’ epic career, incredibly unique persona, life at Graceland and fabulous sense of style. The exhibition will also reveal lesser-known aspects of his early years, hobbies and personal life.
If you’re a die-hard Elvis fan, you’ll recognise some of the iconic items travelling from Memphis to London for this special exhibition. Discover the Gold Lamé Suit worn by Elvis in the 1950s, one of two jumpsuits from his 1973 “Aloha from Hawaii” televised satellite concert watched by 1.5 billion people around the world and the cape he threw into the audience at the end of the show! You’ll also see his military uniforms, American Football uniform, TCB Super Trike Motorcycle and Ferrari Dino GT4 as well as Lisa Marie’s baby clothes and Elvis’ first job application.
This retrospective exhibition will move beyond his musical career and present more of his private side — it’s one not to be missed!
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