Graceland, Elvis's home, was an accomplishment itself. It is a huge mansion and now is open to the public for touring and so forth. The 30th anniversary of his death helped greaten attendence and merchandise sales at Graceland in 2007. Another accomplishment of Elvis' is that he was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in the year 1986, the first year that The Hall of Fame had inductees.
Memphis: The premier rock-and-roll pilgrimage, Elvis Presley’s Graceland is an unavoidable roadside stop, a shrine to the King and his indulgences. Best known for the shagadelic Jungle Room and mid-century kitsch interiors, the colonnaded mansion boasts a trophy room packed with gold and platinum records, bedazzled stage costumes, a car museum, and custom jets. But the audio tour narrated by Lisa Marie Presley, only nine when her father died, is Graceland’s most moving highlight.