Graceland is an enchanting manor built in the pilgrim restoration style in which Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, lived for a long time and in which he passed on in 1977. After his demise, his little girl Lisa Marie opened the house to general society, and Graceland turned into a journey site for a huge number of Elvis' fans each year. The guided visits offer a look at Elvis' private life – all rooms in which he lived are safeguarded and unaltered. A standout amongst the most intriguing parts of the visit is the trophy working, with an accumulation of the King's gold and platinum records and numerous memorabilia from Elvis' vocation, motion pictures, and beneficent exercises. Graceland has a scope of occasions identified with Elvis' life, and it commends his birthday, Christmas, and other unique events.