My biggest complaint is the car museum doesn't allow flash photography so pictures didn't turn out great. But otherwise it it was cool to see all his cars. I especially liked the snowmobile he put wheels and the video of him riding it around in his yard. Worth the few extra dollars on the Graceland ticket for sure.
As if the house was not enough to keep you occupied, there are numerous museums you can visit that are housed in the home proper as well as adjacent buildings. You can see many of Elvis' awards, gold records, countless photos of the King throughout his illustrious career, and his numerous stage outfits. Thee is a whole section about his brief period in the army and one on is movie career. There's an entire museum devoted to his cars which is impressive even to the non-car aficionado but if you are in the old cars, you'll be in heaven. I guess it's no wonder he was the envy of the average middle American in the 50s/60s, he had all the American Dream symbols in quantum.. You can even board his private plane! Actually, when I write all this down, it sounds like like the admission price is a bargain. But charging for parking is a tad overkill, don't you think?
One of Elvis passion was his cars. Here at the Elvis Presley Automobile Museum they had many of his cars on display.
There was a part where they made it look like a drive in theater where you could sit and watch some of his movies play.
The 1955 Pink Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan is probably the most famous car in Elvis Presley’s collection. It is the symbol of youth and rock & roll in the 50s. Also, it is his mother, Gladys’ favourite car.
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