The museum is know as the Louvre of Atlanta and housed extraordinary masterpieces of art, sculptors and artifacts. Really was an interesting day!
Above is a memorial to the coon dog and also here is an example of the stones dedicated to a beloved dog.
Here's the kitchen -- notice the 70's decor and there was a gold fridge in the corner.
This is the "jungle room" with its over the top Hawaiian-inspired decor. There is carpet on the ceiling which was acoutically favorable for recording music.
Evlis is buried on the property along with his parents and grandmother. We learned that initially he was buried in a cemetery in Memphis until there was an attempt to steal the body. After that they brought him home to Graceland.
This is just a sampling of his clothes and awards/gold records on display.