MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Elvis Presley’s Graceland is now featuring on-line tours for followers around the planet, such as those who cannot travel to the Tennessee tourist attraction for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.
Graceland explained the two-hour guided tours will get digital guests into Presley’s previous Memphis home, which has been turned into a museum, and via the Meditation Back garden, exactly where he is buried. The singer and actor died in Memphis on Aug. 16, 1977.
Also bundled in the $100 ticket is a tour of Presley’s jet and a wander by way of the enjoyment complicated, which homes displays and artifacts similar to Presley.
Graceland usually hosts hundreds of thousands of people a 12 months. But the tourist attraction has noticed a drop in readers all through the virus outbreak. Graceland was closed for various weeks past year and is now open for constrained-ability, in-individual tours.
Virtual excursions are scheduled for Jan. 27, Feb. 25, and March 25, with more dates predicted.