Everyone has heard of Elvis Presley—the King of Rock and Roll. His musical style, along with his dance moves, made him one of the very first rock stars. His life has been cataloged, documented, and studied for years. Every aspect of how he spent his days, his nights, and everything in-between has been a matter of public interest for generations.
If you’ve ever heard the name Elvis Presley (and you know you have), you’ve most likely also heard the name Graceland. Graceland was the Memphis, Tennessee home of The King for over 20 years and now serves as a museum and memorial. This 17,000+ square foot home contains some of Elvis’s most prized possessions and also has a few secrets and little known facts. Here are 10 things that you probably didn’t know about Elvis’s Graceland.