Elvis Presley's Graceland estate is open to the public – take a peek inside

Less than five years after Elvis Presley's demise, his Graceland estate was opened to the public - take a look inside.

The King of Rock and Roll purchased Graceland for $102,500 in Memphis, Tennessee in 1957. He lived with his parents, wife Priscilla Presley, and daughter Lisa Marie in the mansion most of the time until his death in August 1977 at the age of 42.

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The mansion has 23 rooms, including eight bedrooms and bathrooms, a living room, a music room, dining room, a kitchen, and a shooting range.

In 1982, Elvis's family decided to open Graceland to the public. The property is now one of the most visited houses in the United States with more than 650,000 yearly guests. 

Lisa Marie now owns Graceland, which has long been converted into a museum devoted to the legendary singer and his memorabilia.

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Some of the world's most well-known people, including Prince William and Prince Harry, have visited Graceland.

You're most likely wondering what the big deal is, and what is on the inside that has individuals returning. 

Well, besides getting a look into what Elvis' life was like off camera, fans additionally get an opportunity to become familiar with the things Elvis was enthusiastic about, like cars and planes.

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The mansion has 23 rooms, including eight bedrooms and bathrooms, a living room, a music room, dining room, a kitchen, and a shooting range.

Let's take a look inside!

Front of the house

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Living room

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Music room

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Dining room

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Kitchen

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The Jungle room

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There are many small details at Graceland that photos can't do justice, so you'll need to go for a visit someday to see them all. 

In spite of the fact that Elvis has been gone for more than forty years now, he is surely not forgotten. We are reminded of the performer each time we tune in to his music and watch his movies. 

Recently, a groundbreaking album, "Where No One Stands Alone," was released to celebrate The King's everlasting love of gospel music.

The title track of the album features Lisa Marie duetting with her father's vocals from a song that was initially released in 1967. The two have perfect harmony, and their voices blend very well together.

Published on August 8, 2018, the tear-jerking music video of the song, "Where No One Stands Alone," shows their never-before-seen family photos and clips.

The 14 songs on the album take Elvis's gospel recordings and combine with newly-recorded instrumentation and backing vocals from other singers that includes Darlene Love and Cissy Houston.

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