Graceland got its name long before Elvis took ownership. The original owner named the grounds after his daughter, Grace, who inherited the property in 1894. Elvis wouldn't get the keys for Graceland until 63 years later. Upon opening the doors you're transported into a time capsule. There are 23 rooms in this mansion, many of which have their own eccentric theme. The Jungle Room is a personal favorite; See if you can spot the indoor waterfall. Elvis's gravesite is the touching final stop of the tour. If you want to see his personal planes and endless memorabilia, you'll have to go across the street to the museums. This place can definitely be an all-day affair.