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Memorial Tour 2013

November 25, 2012 | Other

The Official Elvis Presley Fan Club of Great Britain will organise the Elvis Memorial Tour 2013 to Memphis next year. 

Day 1 – FLIGHT LONDON – MEMPHIS (via a US ‘gateway’ city)
The Memorial Tour starts with check-in for the flight from London Gatwick Airport to Memphis. On arrival you’ll board the waiting coach for the transfer to the Doubletree Hotel Downtown.
A super day in Tupelo. Drive to Tupelo for a short sightseeing tour which will include many of the places significant in Elvis’ early years – the church and schools he attended, Tupelo Hardware Store which supplied his first guitar, what remains of the Fairgrounds and, of course, the Birthplace, the humble home where he was born.
Elvis Presley Birthplace
The Elvis Presley Birthplace is part of the Elvis Presley Centre including the Elvis Presley Museum, Memorial Chapel and Elvis Presley Park.
The museum houses a collection of long-hidden treasures from Elvis’ early life as well as his illustrious career. Themed ‘Times and Things Remembered’, the museum contains hundreds of articles of clothing and personal mementos such as motorcycle boots and a jumpsuit from Elvis’ Las Vegas act. Afternoon free for you to soak up the atmosphere of this small Mississippi town before returning to Memphis and your hotel.

On one day you will enjoy the Platinum Tour of Graceland. Spend as much time as you wish at Graceland as the Shuttle Bus service will operate throughout the day and evening. You will also have five full days at leisure in Memphis.
Memphis is a fascinating city to explore. In addition to all the Elvis sights you might want to visit Beale Street, the birthplace of The Blues. Here you’ll find the music bars which still play the Blues as they should be played, and Schwabs, an amazing department store that sells everything and whose motto is, ‘If we ain’t got it, you don’t need it’!
During your stay you’ll enjoy a guided Elvis sightseeing tour of Memphis which includes visits to Humes High School and Sun Recording Studios. On the night of the 15th August you can join thousands of other Elvis fans from all over the globe for the candlelight vigil and, the next day, the Anniversary of Elvis’ death you’ll probably wish to return to Graceland to view the floral tributes.
Most evenings in Memphis there will be special events planned in association with Graceland. These usually include concerts, Sock Hops and discos. (Details of these events will be advised in due course).

Day 9 – FLIGHT TO UK (via US ‘gateway’ city)
At leisure until the transfer to the airport for the flights back to the UK.

Early morning arrival into London Gatwick Airport.

Prices and what is Included
No of adults sharing Prices per person:
Four (two double beds) £1,399
Three (two double beds) £1,599
Two (twin or a double beds) £1,799
Single Room £2,259

• Scheduled economy class flights
• 8 nights’ hotel accommodation at The Doubletree on Union Ave (room only basis)
• Transfers and coach travel as per the itinerary
• Guided tour of Tupelo
• Unlimited use of the Shuttle Bus service in Memphis
• Admission to Lauderdale Court and Sun Recording Studios
• A tour of the Elvis sights of Memphis
• Graceland Platinum Tour/Pass
• Hotel and city taxes
• Driver gratuities
• Airport, flight, and hotel taxes
• Fully Escorted throughout

FOR A FREE BROCHURE AND BOOKING FORM CALL 0844 800 6881 (or from overseas phone 44 1538 722344

Loesje wrote on September 08, 2012
This brings back sweet memories!
I am Buffalo-Horn! wrote on November 25, 2012
Still the Best!
Deke Rivers 6 wrote on November 26, 2012
Great statue, caught Elvis very well.
al shookup wrote on November 26, 2012
Love that statue in my back garden. Just about the best likeness I have seen.
BobbyBrul wrote on December 01, 2012
Far too expensive...much cheaper if you go on your own....! with one thousand dollars or 850 Euros you can do the same... unless the escort service they proclaim is included... (where are the girls from ?). Maybe I'll reconsider baby.
roytcbintheuk wrote on December 15, 2012
What a rip off...i know they have to make a living but this is extortinate but that goes for everything that the oepfc does save yourself some of your hard earned cash and book it yourself i did it for half the price TCB
Deke Rivers 6 wrote on January 16, 2013
Good statue pose rather than than one with a jumpsuit.