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Take a look inside Graceland — the Memphis mansion that Elvis Presley, the King of Rock 'n' Roll, called home

INSIDER Logo By agoh@insider.com (Amanda Goh) of INSIDER | Slide 2 of 15: Per the official Graceland website, Presley lived in the mansion from 1957 until his death in 1977. Located off a highway that was renamed Elvis Presley Boulevard in 1971, the two-story residence sits on 13.8 acres of land.Since 1982, Graceland has operated as a museum dedicated to the star. Ticket packages offer access to the mansion, with prices for adults starting at $77. According to the website, it has hosted over 20 million visitors from across the globe.The Graceland estate did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

It's been 44 years since Elvis Presley died, but legions of fans still flock to Memphis, Tennessee, to see the sprawling Graceland estate the star once called home.

Per the official Graceland website, Presley lived in the mansion from 1957 until his death in 1977. Located off a highway that was renamed Elvis Presley Boulevard in 1971, the two-story residence sits on 13.8 acres of land.

Since 1982, Graceland has operated as a museum dedicated to the star. Ticket packages offer access to the mansion, with prices for adults starting at $77. According to the website, it has hosted over 20 million visitors from across the globe.

The Graceland estate did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

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