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  • Graceland Platinum Admission for each person
    (Graceland Mansion Tour, the Automobile Museum, the Graceland Archives Experience, the Sincerely Elvis Museum and Elvis Live from Vegas) You can upgrade to the VIP Tour for only $32.00 per adult or $53 per child extra.
  • Choice of 1 of the following attractions for each person (click on the links for descriptions. Transportation is not included. See transportation options below.)
  • $15.00 in Sweet Magnolia Bucks for each person at Alfred’s on Beale or B.B. Kings Blues Club on Beale St or for merchandise at Sun Studio.
  • Hotel accommodations & all local taxes for 2 or more nights
  • Free Bonus Elvis Gift for you. A beautiful large 4ft x 5ft Elvis Blanket/Throw (1 per room)

Transportation to the attractions & hotels is not included. The only hotels which provide free airport shuttle are the Four Points Sheraton Southwind and Heartbreak Hotel. Sun Studio operates a free, first-come, first-served, space available shuttle hourly from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm between Heartbreak Hotel, Graceland, Sun Studio, & Rock n Soul Museum.

Four Points Sheraton Southwind

(Free hot breakfast)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$319$205$189$149
Extra Night (including taxes)$110$55$37$28

Sleep Inn Court Square Downtown

(Free continental breakfast)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$359$225$179$159
Extra Night (including taxes)$126$63$42$31

Comfort Inn Downtown

(Free continental breakfast)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$329$195$149$129
Extra Night (including taxes)$126$63$42$31

Crowne Plaza Downtown

All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$399$245$205$185
Extra Night (including taxes)$144$72$53$44

Holiday Inn Downtown

All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package
(Sun - Thurs)
$429$259$215$185
Extra Night (including taxes)$158$79$58$44
SingleDoubleTripleQuad
2 Night Package
(Fri - Sat)
$495$295$235$199
Extra Night (including taxes)$188$94$68$51

Heartbreak Hotel Graceland

(Free continental breakfast)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package
Low Season: Rest of 2015
$369$229$195$179
Extra Night (including taxes)$130$65$50$41
All Prices are Per PersonSingleDoubleTripleQuad
2 Night Package
High Season: May 22 – Sep 05
$395$245$205$185
Extra Night (including taxes)$140$70$52$43

SpringHill Suites Downtown

(Free hot breakfast)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$479$285$219$189
Extra Night (including taxes)$182$91$61$46

Doubletree Hotel Downtown

All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$435$265$205$179
Extra Night (including taxes)$160$80$54$40

Westin Beale St Downtown

All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$555$325$245$209
Extra Night (including taxes)$216$108$72$54

Peabody Hotel Downtown

(Peabody rates includes Daily Hotel Service Fee)
All Prices are Per Person
Single
Double
Triple
Quad
2 Night Package$625$359$289$239
Extra Night (including taxes)$250$125$93$70
  • Round-trip airport to downtown hotel transfers - $35 each way for 1 to 4 persons.
  • 3 & 1/2 hour all Elvis tour of Memphis - $65 per person minimum 2 persons (adult or child). Elvis, himself gave the first “Elvis” tour of Memphis because he loved to show his friends where he worked, played and lived. This special Elvis tour will drive by or stop at approximately 25 places including Lauderdale Courts, Humes High School, Hotel Chisca, the Thunderbird Lounge, Pop Tunes, Memphian Theater, Mid-South Coliseum, Libertyland, the Overton Park Band Shell, First Assembly of God (his church), Forest Hill Cemetery and many more.
  • Day Tour to Elvis’ Birthplace in Tupelo - $145 per person min 2 (adult or child). You will be picked up at your hotel at 7:30 AM and driven an hour and a half to the town where Elvis Presley was born. The first destination in Tupelo is the Elvis Presley Birthplace Park. You will tour the actual home, the renovated museum, the chapel, and the landscape grounds. Then you visit the other places which were part of Elvis’ life in Tupelo. Ten of those places are marked with an historic plaque. These places include Lawhon Elementary School, Johnnie’s Drive- In, Tupelo Hardware, and Milam Junior High. Other places on your tour included the former locations of the Shakerag neighborhood, Mayhorn’s grocery, site of WELO radio broadcasting, the Assembly of God Church and the Fairground you will eat lunch (included in the price) at Johnnie’s Drive-In and step inside Lawhon Elementary (with permission of the school officials). You will go inside Tupelo Hardware which is owned and managed by the same family who founded the store. Return to Memphis and your hotel by 2:00 pm.
  • Tupelo 1 Night Self-drive Package - Includes hotel room, admission to Elvis’ Birthplace, Museum & Chapel, a $10.00 per person meal voucher, and a choice of the Tupelo Automobile Museum or the Tupelo Buffalo Park.

Transportation to the attractions & hotels is not included. The only hotels which provide free airport shuttle are the Clarion, Heartbreak, and the Memphis Airport Hotel. Sun Studio operates a free, first-come, first-served, space available shuttle hourly from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm between Heartbreak Hotel, Graceland, Sun Studio, & Rock n Soul Museum.

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