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Elvis Admission Ticket Direct from Graceland

Duration: 1 to 90 minutes
Destination: United Kingdom, England, London

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  • 1 to 90 minutes
  • London
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Not-Cancellable


Over 400 plus artefacts, from his prized Ferrari Dino to his iconic Gold Lamé Suit, chart Elvis’s humble beginnings to his meteoric rise to fame in this kaleidoscopic chronicle of the King.

Journey through multiple gallery spaces from Elvis the man to the global sensation, the performer and movie star – and experience first-hand featuring towering tributes to The 68 Special, Aloha From Hawaii, and Las Vegas with an immersive spectacle to relive the iconic performance. Finally, explore his Legacy and his continuing influence on pop culture from the opening of Graceland to the critically acclaimed Baz Luhrmann film Elvis (2022).

For fans who cannot make it to Graceland, Graceland is coming to you. Tickets will sell fast for this strictly limited run at London’s brand-new destination for culture, Arches London Bridge.

Visit: Arches London Bridge, 8 Bermondsey St, London SE1 2ER, UK


Direct from Graceland: Elvis bursts open the doors of the Graceland archives featuring hundreds of treasures, over half that have never before been seen in the UK. Gain exclusive access to the life and world of the Elvis Presley, in this newly curated exhibition.

  • Admission
  • Entry/Admission - Arches London Bridge

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Most travelers can participate
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    Voucher info

    You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


    1 to 90 minutes

    User's Reviews


    16 Feb, 2024

    Thought the exhibition was good BUT there weren’t lots of things from Gracelands, the lighting was poor and the suits were too high up to be seen properly.


    15 Feb, 2024

    Hired audio headphones. Mouth were not in zinc. Even with sound on maximum could hear other music. Mostly screens to look at. Not lots of exhibits like previously at 02. Merchandise mostly clothes no smaller items like keyrings etc as at 02. Most of Elvis outfits too high to view properly. Not easy to find next exhibit number. No one going round to ask. Wouldn’t bother again. Been to two at 02 and couldn’t fault them


    15 Feb, 2024

    This is my second exhibition from Graceland and it certainly did not disappoint. Lots of different items than was in the first exhibition. So glad I had a little extra money this year and splashed out on the VIP ticket. Getting to hold the belt and microphone that belonged to Elvis was a dream come true. The young lady who helped us with the VIP experience was delightful, so caring, understanding and extremely knowledgeable. She took her time to explain everything and we didn't feel rushed at all. She even got a chair for us to put our coats on. It was truly amazing. I perhaps would have liked the VIP experience in a separate room and with a large poster in the background for my photos. The exhibition itself is very well laid out, with plenty of photo opportunities next to large posters as well as the exhibits. There are exhibits from his youth, his time in the army, his casual clothes, his jump suits, his gold discs, his wallet, Colonel Tom Parker exhibits, items from Lisa Marie as a baby, his mother's dress and bag, his horses, his cars etc etc. So much, it is hard to name them all. It was a bit hot in there, so it was a shame that there wasn't a place to leave coats. The exhibition is in a great location and very easy to find (behind the Shipwrighters Arms pub and turn right out of London Bridge Station). Plenty of places to eat and drink nearby, and a short walk to Tower Bridge and of course Tower of London on the other side of the river, so plenty to see and do in the area.


    13 Feb, 2024

    First of all I'm not even a FAN of Elvis but over the last couple of years I'd heard and read a lot about the man so I really wanted to go and see some Elvisy things. The man is so legendary now, he has reached almost mythical status. It didn't start well - the EASIEST way to reach it, I found out, was just a couple of stops on the Jubilee Line..which was CLOSED for the entire weekend. So I had to get the replacement bus there instead, which was horrible because I HATE trying to work out buses. But I did, and my god it was worth the struggle! I apologised for my lateness but was reassured by the staff that they give half an hour leeway either side for the booking slots. Phew! So I made it inside 15 minutes late. The first thing I gazed at was the golden telephone from Elvis' house. But that was just the start. There were so many things to look at that were so interesting too! Stuff like his first ever paycheque, letters about him when he first got famous, telegrams from his time in the army, his beautiful Ferrari, his massive posetastic motorbike, a TONNE of amazing and presumably hand stitched bespoke outfits, some Elvis bling, guitars, and some of THE most iconic stage outfits from before...well, the toilet incident. There were even Elvis' personal keys to Graceland which was amazing, and his record player from his bedroom which still had "the last record Elvis ever played" on it. I went in at around 10:45, and when I next looked at my watch it was about 12:30. I would say that is great value for money. I would say the people who are saying "Only took 10 minutes to see everything" just walked through and didn't bother actually reading any of the information or taking in just what they were looking at. If you're a casual observer without an attention span that expects to be bombarded with 4000 items then no, such exhibitions are not for you. As I say I'm not even a fan but I was really really glad that I went to see this exhibition. It's been really nicely curated. I did also recently find out that Elvis' favourite room at Graceland was his "jungle room" and they had a monkey from that, and a little table as well, so those were nice to see. You were also free to take photos and video. The venue is great. I'd never been to this one before, and I would say it's not too big and not too small. Once you're in you are free to come and go back and forth as you please, and I definitely did. I also found out this exhibition actually opened last October, and at the time I booked it was STILL selling out of time slots. That is the mark of the man. At the end of the exhibition there was a projection on a wall showing Elvis clips, and there was NO sitting room left, at all. I cannot think of one other single artist from that long ago that still generates this much interest, and love. It's truly the mark of the man. The ONLY downside for me was that there was no one around at all to ask any questions to. That would have been nice, as I did have a couple of geeky questions to ask - but I couldn't. All in all, however, this, speaking as a not Elvis Presley fan, is one you should NOT miss out on!


    09 Feb, 2024

    My daughter purchased 2 tickets for us as a birthday present knowing we are Elvis fans. Fortunately in the past we have also been lucky enough to go to Graceland and see these artifacts and others in all their glory. For those who can’t travel that far to the USA, this is a must for all the Elvis fans to see a selection of genuine memorabilia such as his famous jump suits/cars/records/music contracts amongst other things that bring you that little bit closer to the legend that was the man. You could easily walk around in half an hour but for an extra £6 we had an audio tour which is a headset and there are numbers/markers on the wall to correspond what part of the tour you are listening too. It took us 3 hours to go around and I would suggest the same. Right next to London bridge etc so handy for rail etc-if they are not on strike! Noticed the comments regarding the gift shop-my Mrs purchased a T-Shirt for £25 which is normal really as we go to lots of gigs. If you think this is too expensive then just pass by, but worth a look in my opinion. There was a steady stream of people of all ages all day and a special well done to the lady (who was a big fan) in the famous black leather suit reminiscent of the 1968 comeback! Also the lady in pink suede shoes and the Pink jacket-looked like she’d been to Lanky’s in Memphis😀 Still amazes me to this day how the man still has the pulling power despite being gone since 1977!

    User's Picture Gallery


    Long live the King!


    A must for the diehard fan!


    10000% worth it


    Elvis direct from Graceland




    Lovely experience


    A mini Memphis..




    Great exhibition


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