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The King's Ransom Museum: Personal Treasures of Elvis Presley
Outside of Graceland, The King's Ransom Museum showcases one of the largest collections of artifacts and personal treasures owned by Elvis Presley. Curated by Elvis historian Bud Glass and collector Russ Howe, the exhibit encompasses artifacts that span Presley's career from 1950 until his death. Highlights include familiar wardrobe pieces he donned on stage and screen, such as a custom two-piece leather suit and his massive ring from the 1972 documentary Elvis on Tour. The museum also houses large jewelry and gun and badge collections assembled by the "King of Bling," as well as the last car Presley ever purchased and other historic artifacts from his youth.
The museum also delves into Presley's private life, displaying more-personal effects such as the custom, red crushed-velvet bedspread from his Graceland home and his pajamas, whose dry-cleaning slips have been lost forever. To supplement these artifacts, Russ and Bud incorporate plenty of the King's private photos and home movies. On select days, the museum welcomes guest appearances from some of Presley's friends and colleagues, such as his Blue Hawaii costar Darlene Tompkins and his Kissin' Cousins costar Cynthia Pepper.
“It was worth seeing but there was room for improvement in the displays but very interesting.”
“The Exhibition was great - it was wonderful to have the opportunity to see Elvis's personal belongings and learn the history behind the items. We also met a woman...”
“The Exhibition was great - it was wonderful to have the opportunity to see Elvis's personal belongings and learn the history behind the items. We also met a woman who had starred with Elvis in 2 of his movies - that was an extra treat! I would recommend this to all Elvis fans or those who enjoyed Elvis during his career.”
“Was very interesting, got to know Elvis abut better and his life”
The King's Ransom Museum
128 Fremont St.
Las Vegas, NV 89101Get Directions