A highlight of the anniversary year are three new exhibits at Graceland, some with never-before-seen artifacts on display.
- The Golden Globe won for "Elvis On Tour"
- Elvis' gold belt given to him by the International Hotel for breaking all attendance records in Vegas. He wore it on and off stage including in shows filmed for "Elvis On Tour." He also wore it to the White House when he visited Nixon.
- Elvis' customized sunglasses
- Elvis Presley's wallet with photo of him and Lisa, credit card and more
- Lisa Marie Presley's baby footprints made at the hospital
- Lisa's fur coat she had as a little girl
"Icon: The Influence of Elvis Presley"
Audiences can experience the power of Elvis' impact on many other iconic artists. This exhibit will feature artifacts on loan from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland and items from the collections of many of today's biggest names in music. The exhibit will celebrate Elvis' status as a music pioneer and icon that paved the way and influenced many of today's artists and celebrities. Items from Bill Clinton, Bono, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Ringo Star and many others will be included in this exhibit.
"Elvis...Through His Daughter's Eyes"
Exhibit with artifacts hand chosen by Lisa Marie Presley that chronicles a key period of Elvis' life opened in February of this year. Visitors will see over 200 items including family photos and home movies that explore her experience of growing up at Graceland and the relationship with her famous father. Artifacts include Presley's baby foot prints, clothing, childhood tricycle, record player, crib, Gold ID Bracelet given to her by Elvis and much more.
"Elvis on Tour"
This exhibit celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Golden Globe award-winning documentary of the same name. The documentary takes an in-depth look at Elvis' multi-city tour during April of 1972. Artifacts from the exhibit include the producer's Golden Globe award, jewelry and stage clothing worn by the king during the concerts, rarely-seen photos, videos and more.
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