Picture Tour of Graceland Elvis Bedroom Elvis' Bathroom
Tour of all homes owned by Elvis Presley
SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE GRACELAND TOUR $5.00
Millions of visitors to Graceland pass
by the staircase to the second floor during their tour of the mansion. There is a guard posted at the bottom of the stairs, another guard is posted at the top of the stairs
barricading the locked door to Elvis' bedroom and bathroom. No one has ever breached this security... with one exception...
Actor Nicholas Cage, a lifelong Elvis fanatic, managed the impossible. His unique approach was to marry Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis' daughter.
His secret visit took place in 2002 during the week of the 25th Anniversary of Elvis' death, at which time it is said
he sat on the King's "throne" assumed the posture in which Elvis died, laid on the singer's bed and tried
on a leather jacket.
Many celebrities have requested private tours of Elvis'
Bedroom. All have been declined. Even President Clinton was refused.
Historic Elvis Honeymoon Estate
1350 Ladera Circle, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Beds: 4 | Baths: 5 | Living Area Approx. 5,000 sqft | Lot Size: Approx. 15,246
Sale Offer $9,500,000
In 1966 this historic mid-century estate was leased to Elvis Presley where he and Priscilla spent their honeymoon; Lisa Marie was born nine months later. This iconic
modernist estate was designed in four perfect circles, on three levels, incorporating glass and peanut brittle stonework for indoor-outdoor living. The home features four bedrooms and five baths. Nestled at the base
of the San Jacinto Mountains, the honeymoon suite offers a panoramic view of the Santa Rosa Mountains and the Coachella Valley. The estate has been restored to its 1960s splendor and features art deco design and furnishings
throughout. The secluded grounds include a pool, stage, private garden, tennis court, and fruit orchard. In 1962 Look Magazine featured the estate calling it “The House of Tomorrow”. Several movies have been filmed at the estate including
“Elvis & Me” and “Elvis by the Presleys”. This historic mid-century masterpiece is minutes from Palm Springs International Airport and downtown.
Elvis Priscilla Honeymoon Home Lounge in Palm Springs
Elvis Priscilla Honeymoon Home Palm Springs
Elvis Priscilla Honeymoon Home Palm Springs Kitchen
Elvis and Priscilla Honeymoon Bedroom in Palm Springs
Elvis and Priscilla Honeymoon Home Pool Side
Elvis Presley’s bed will be on display at
The Altman Building
March 9 &
135 West 18th Street New York, NY
To celebrate the opening of the Second Annual Winter Designer Fine
Furniture Sale in New York, the auctioning of Elvis Presley’s white fur bed from Graceland will take place benefiting Alpha Workshops.; the nation’s only non-profit organization providing creative HIV-positive individuals
with training and employment in the decorative arts. Located at The Altman Building at 135 West 18th Street in New York.
The center-piece of the event is the auctioning of Elvis Presley’s white fur
bed from Graceland. Showcasing furniture from an iconic legend of American culture like Elvis Presley is the perfect balance of playful and nostalgia to kick off the sale.
Graceland in 1977
Graceland Meditation Garden
Jungle Room Graceland
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PRESLEY GRACELAND TOUR
(50 Page Edition) $5.00
Best seller! Includes Graceland Tour. All homes Elvis owned or lived in.
Includes copies of the Graceland sale contract. See
Graceland upstairs! Elvis' bedroom. Elvis bathroom, where his body was found.
Plus tour of Elvis' Birthplace in Tupelo, Audubon Drive in Memphis, Palm Springs honeymoon hideaway in California, Bad Nauheim home in Germany &
Vernon Presley’s home in Dolan Drive property at the back of Graceland & more
ELVIS! BELOW THE WAIST
(25 Page Edition)
From the moment Elvis stepped into the spotlight every date was documented by the
press. The media contributed to the list of women that Elvis was supposed have dated. Now for the first time 6 women who were bedded by
the King reveal their secret of what happened between the sheets. Warning "some" explicit language.
Let's Play House - Elvis Presley and the Women Who Loved Him' by Alanna Nash does NOT deserve
reading as it contains lies, unsubstantiated claims and allegations
about Elvis from unreliable sources such as Byron Raphael and
Child Bride author Suzanne Finstad who is credited for 'fact checking chapters'. Totally
uncalled for explicit discussion of very private matters. It is such a shame, but this book is
trash, Alanna's Trash. Review by Australian Book Club (Most Interviews first
appeared in Elvis! Below the Waist
Based on exclusive interviews with the many
women who knew him: lover, sweetheart, friend,
co-star and family member - veteran writer Alanna
Nashs explores Presley's love affairs with
Sheila Ryan Caan,
Joyce Bova, and Cybill Shepherd, as well as his
friendships with actresses Raquel Welch,
Barbara Eden, Mary Ann Mobley, Yvonne Craig,
and Celeste Yarnall. The book also spotlights early
girlfriends (Regis Wilson, Carolyn Bradshaw,
Wanda Jackson and Barbara Hearn and the
women who dared turn him down (Cher, Petula Clark,
Karen Carpenter and Tanya Tucker). Released January 2010
Elvis Presley Palm Springs Home
The home at 845 West Chino
Canyon Road was the only other home Presley owned
besides Graceland at the time of his death in 1977.
Elvis Presley and Priscilla, purchased the
Palm Springs estate in 1970 and spent three
months there every year.
the investment, Fontana and his wife, Laura Whittier intend to
complete the final decoration of the Elvis Estate in "true Elvis
style" They will build a chapel, a recording studio
and feature a collection of Elvis memorabilia that
cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The
Fontanas will strive to respect the Elvis and
Priscilla Presley’s "life and times at this home in
a manner that is dignified and inspirational"
Elvis at Graceland backdoor