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Graceland upstairs unseen: Elvis Presley's other private bathroom smothered in gold

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Graceland opened to the public 40 years, just five years after Elvis Presley's untimely death at 42-years-old. Yet it wasn't until the pandemic happened that virtual tours were offered during lockdown.

For the first time, fans could witness unseen spaces from Aunt Delta's room behind the kitchen to The King's other private bathroom upstairs in the racquetball court.

Elvis had his racquetball court erected behind the Memphis mansion in September 1975 for $250,000 - well over the $102,500 Elvis paid for the whole property in 1957.

Fans can walk through the sports building on the tour, including its lounge area which houses the last piano The King played on the morning of his death.

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