The Country Music Hall of Fame is hosting several events to honor Elvis. You can find the schedule of events posted below at the end of this post. This post will mostly highlight Elvis related sites you can visit, and most sites are FREE!
At The Country Music Hall of Fame you can take a look at Elvis' specially customized white Gold Cadillac, and Elvis' solid gold piano which was a Christmas gift from his former wife, Priscilla. At the end of your tour you will see Elvis' bronze Country Music Hall of Fame induction member plaque. Warning: the photo used to etched Elvis' image on to the official plaque looks almost nothing like Elvis!
Located directly across the street from The Country Music Hall of Fame is the Music City Walk of Fame Park, where Elvis has a very nice star commemorating his time in Nashville. Elvis' star was unveiled at a ceremony November 9, 2009 by Elvis Imperial backup singer, Joe Moscheo. While you are downtown, visit Broadway where there is a simple 1950's Elvis statue located near the entrance of Legends Gift-shop. The statue is not bronze or "official" in any form, but it is still cool to have your photo taken with it!
Elvis recorded most of his albums at RCA Victor Studio B located at 1611 Roy Acuff Place. The studio today is very much the same, featuring original equipment, and the beautiful piano which Elvis played on numerous songs is at the studio. Anyone can drive by Studio B, and of course photograph the building but if you would like to tour the inside there is a tour! Tours of RCA Victor Studio B are ONLY available by purchasing a separate Studio B tour ticket at The Country Music Hall of Fame. Round trip shuttle service is provided.
Elvis' manager was Col. Tom Parker and his Nashville home/office was located in Madison. The North Law Office now occupies the former structure at 1215 Gallatin Road South. They will show you around some of the inside if you ask kindly, and you can of course always photograph the outside of the structure.
If you are really adventurous and feel comfortable at cemeteries, then you can visit Woodlawn Memorial Park located on Thompson Lane to pay your respects to two of Elvis' former backup singers. Resting at Woodlawn are Stamps Quartet member, J.D Sumner and Jordanair tenor singer, Gordon Stoker. Both graves are located inside the Cross Mausoleum on the 3rd floor.