Elvis Bedroom Elvis bedroom so private no visitors allowed. Elvis Presley’s bedroom at Graceland home holds some tantalizing secrets. It is so private that no tours, no TV, no visitors and certainly no photos have ever been released to the public.Even when President Bill Clinton visited and asked if he could see Elvis’ bedroom he was refused.
Elvis bedroom at Graceland facing the front window
Elvis bedroom at Graceland (note the padded door)
This is last thing, regarding Elvis Presley that has yet to be revealed. It was Elvis’ secluded sanctuary where he lived and loved. Upstairs at Graceland is a puzzle and a temptation, a fascinating locked-room mystery that draws in the imagination of millions of fans.
However the best we fans can hope for is Elvis bedroom in his the first home he bought in Memphis. Elvis purchased 1034 Audubon Drive with royalties earned from ‘Heartbreak Hotel’. This was a time of innocence, gracious southern living and the dawn of pop culture, as we know it today. During his 13 month stay at Audubon, Elvis became a multiple hit recording artist with RCA, movie star, teen idol, breadwinner for his immediate family and ultimately homeowner. Elvis Last Concert