Take a Look Inside Elvis Presley's Graceland Mansion

By Staff Writer
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Despite the fact that Elvis Presley has been dead for decades, he's still one of the most recognizable and beloved rock 'n roll superstars of all time. And even though the King may no longer be with us, it's still possible to get an authentic glimpse into the life of Elvis to this day. And that's all thanks to Graceland. 

Located in Memphis, Tennessee, Graceland was the mansion where Elvis and his family lived from its purchase in 1957 until his death in 1977. During that time, Elvis turned the rather normal-looking mansion into a case study for some of the most unusual and daring design choices to ever be found in a home. 

Since its opening to the public in 1982, Graceland has served as a museum dedicated to the life of Elvis where fans can see firsthand how the King of Rock 'n Roll lived. During that time, literal millions of visitors have filed through the halls of the mansion and taken in all of its history. 

Today, we're taking a look inside Elvis' Graceland mansion. If you're a fan of the King, you won't want to miss any of the secrets that this massive home holds. 

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