Your tour of Graceland Mansion is enhanced with an interactive iPad programed to explain the rooms on the first floor and basement. The second floor – containing Elvis’ bedroom, office, dressing room and bathroom where he died – is closed to visitors. You begin by admiring the nearly all white living room. Behind the pair of stained-glass windows featuring peacocks is the music room. Notice the black baby grand piano. This is one of the few non-original items in the home. That was rectified in 2017 when the first piano Elvis purchased six decades earlier was returned. The 1912 instrument had been played by a long list of music greats at Ellis Auditorium before Elvis bought it in 1957. You can almost imagine him entertaining his guests on the Knabe piano.