Fingerprints Of Elvis Closed But Goes On Tour

The Fingerprints of Elvis exhibition may have moved on from Liverpool's Albert Dock but Elvis Presley has not entirely left the building. The Elvis exhibition situated alongside The Beatles Story - once hoped to be a permanent one - closed last month to go on tour across the country. But little bits of the Elvis exhibition were left behind and will now form part of a new show, The Icons Shop and Elvis Exhibition. And this new show will be free. It is a new enterprise from The Beatles Story Enterprises which also staged the original exhibition. Among the Elvis Presley items still on view will be the gold buggy he used to travel around the Gracelands estate, extravagant jewellery and the only set of his fingerprints known to exist. The Icons Shop, also selling Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley, Audrey Hepburn and, of course, The Beatles, and Elvis Exhibition has now opened at 17, The Colonnades at the Albert Dock and is open daily 10am-6pm.
Source: Fingerprints Of Elvis / Updated: May 11, 2004 
Elvis Presley on: eBay, iTunes, Amazon, Sheetmusic

Reactions

TonyP (profilecontact) wrote on May 16, 2004report abuse
Does anyone know the tour locations for this exhibition?

Recently Added Shop Items