This is a truely awesome place. It was smaller than I thought, and the decor was odd to someone who missed the 70's, but it was interesting to see what was cool back then. I made my first trip on the anniversary of his death, so there were thousands of people. Even so, it was still a moving experience. The accompaning monologue is full of information and it's nice to see up close the what a wonderful person Elvis was. As you move through the house, you can almost feel the memories. The staff seemed not to care where they worked, I would definitely recommend hiring Elvis fans, not teeny-boppers who don't know/care who he was. If you're not an Elvis fan, avoid the beginning of January and the middle of August.