Henrik Knudsen’s collection is considered to be one of the 10 largest in the world and is insured for DKK 10 million.
In 1993 we opened our first Elvis exhibition at the Provstegårds Center, Randers. It was such a success that we were offered a full-time contract in Søndervig. Since then it has been in Odense and then back to Søndervig and then opening in Randers again.

April 14, 2011, GRACELAND RANDERS opened and in December 2015, the house was renamed Memphis Mansion.

At the only Elvis museum outside the United States, you can experience:

  • A journey through Elvis’ history from 1935 – 1977 in chronological order.
  • Singles from ELvis’ private collection.
  • 1964 Lincoln Continental. Elvis and his family used this car from 1964 to 1974.
  • Original set of clothes used by Elvis in 1956-59
  • Million Dollar Quartet acetate master from Sun Studio. Only existing original recording.
  • A pair of white suede shoes used by Elvis in 1956.
  • Two dolls from the Elvis-movie “G.I. Blues” where they appear in the song scene “Wooden Heart” which is known as “Muss I Denn” in Europe.
  • Original documents, letters, record contracts, autographs etc.
  • Elvis’ Familie Tree.
  • One of Elvis’ own leather-bound Bibles.
  • Beige colored suit which belonged to Vernon (Elvis’ father).
  • Beige colored suit which belonged to Vernon (Elvis’ father).

  • Rare private photo series of: Elvis on stage, Elvis private, Elvis practice karate, the wedding with Priscilla, and very rare photos from “Lisa Marie”, Elvis’ own private plane.
  • Suit from the movie “3000 Miles to Graceland” worn by Kevin Costner.

Guided Tour


… when Henrik Knudsen gives you a guided tour around the Elvis Museum.
He talks about Elvis – the man and his the music – selected artifacts and he always have some fun anecdotes among the exciting stories.

Henrik’s collection is considered to be one of the 10 largest in the world and is insured for DKK 10 million.
The artifacts are changed regularly and there is always something new to see in the museum Special exhibitions are also being made in connection with holidays.

Henrik will love you for asking questions along the way.


The Elvis Museum is very handicap accessible with a ramp for wheelchairs at the entrance and a lift down to the museum. Of course we also have disabled-friendly toilets.


Book a Guided Tour

Book a Guided Tour

Write to us about a private tour

If you want a private tour, do you want to give a private tour as a gift, or if you are a larger company that wants a tour, fill out the form with wishes for date, number of people, etc. and we will return as soon as possible.