A cover from one of Elvis Presley’s guitars and his famous aviator sunglasses are on display at Direct from Graceland: Elvis at London Bridge until September. 

The Elvis exhibition at Arches London Bridge

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The Elvis exhibition at Arches London Bridge has been extended until 1st September, 2024.

Groups will also be able to see the iconic red vest Elvis wore during the filming of his 1968 Comeback Special along with the diamond and ruby ring worn on stage and featured in his concert documentary, Elvis On Tour

The organisers of the exhibition at Arches London Bridge have announced that tickets are now on sale until 1st September with group bookings available. 

About Direct from Graceland: Elvis

There are more than 400 artefacts on display, from the star’s prized Ferrari Dino to his Gold Lamé Suit, which tell the story of Elvis Presley’s humble beginnings, all the way through his rise to fame. 

It is described as the most significant collection of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll to ever leave Graceland in Memphis and also features his instruments, stage outfits and personal belongings. You’ll find out about Elvis’ life at Graceland and his influential sense of style along with lesser-known aspects of his early years, hobbies and personal life. 

People outside the Direct from Graceland Elvis experience in London

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The display has been described as a ’journey through multiple gallery spaces from Elvis the man to the global sensation, the performer and movie star’. 

New artefacts on display

One of the items visitors can now get up close to is Elvis Presley’s Gibson J200 leather guitar cover. The cover adorned one of his favourite guitars and was visible on stage throughout Elvis’ rise to fame in the 50s.

Synonymous with the King, the exhibition will also see the inclusion of Elvis Presley’s famous TCB aviator sunglasses which are included in the White Glove Experience during which visitors can can handle some of the items.  

In celebration of the 50-year anniversary of Elvis’ 1974 Grammy win, the Grammy Award and nomination plaque is also on show. On March 20th, 1974, Elvis recorded How Great Thou Art live on stage at the Mid-South Coliseum in Memphis. That recording went on to win Elvis his last Grammy in the category of Best Inspirational Performance.

Group bookings of up to 20 can be made at elvislondonbridge.co.uk. For groups of more than 20, GTOs and coach tour operators can contact trade@hospitalityline.co.uk