Ok, I confess we fell into this trap which is so only about getting your money. Elvis was wonderful person, an incredible performing artist, great musician. Now his name is being used to sell you a bunch of stuff and a line of hoke. Sad!...More
Hello! Graceland offers shuttle services for those who are in wheelchairs by providing a shuttle with a lift (to lift the chair) for the tour only. Graceland does not provide a shuttle service to hotels or around the... More
Hello! Graceland offers shuttle services for those who are in wheelchairs by providing a shuttle with a lift (to lift the chair) for the tour only. Graceland does not provide a shuttle service to hotels or around the city. All rooms that are toured in the Graceland Mansion are wheelchair accessible except for two basement rooms, which require going up and down stairs to reach them. If the guest who is in the wheelchair can walk, they will be able to leave their chair, visit both rooms, and then get back in their chair for the rest of the tour. If the guest cannot walk, there is an alternate route (instead of the stairs) to complete the house part of the tour. There are photos and a TV monitor that shows what the two basement rooms, the TV room and the pool room, look like for those guests who cannot view them in person. All areas of Elvis Presley's Memphis are wheelchair accessible. The Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II airplanes are not wheelchair accessible. Graceland highly recommends that you bring your own wheelchair if at all possible. Graceland does have a limited number of wheelchairs for the mansion portion of the tour only, but these wheelchairs are on a first-come, first-served basis. Graceland does not have wheelchairs for the Elvis Presley's Memphis attractions, shops and restaurants. Please feel free to contact other attractions or the Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information about attractions in the city.