"The King’s Ransom" Museum, is a traveling exhibit of Elvis artifacts and personal treasures made possible by Elvis memorabilia collectors Bud Glass and Russ Howe.
The King’s Ransom Museum provides an opportunity for fans to have a rare glimpse into the life and career of, Elvis Presley. Showcasing pieces from both Elvis’ personal life and his acting and singing careers, The King’s Ransom Museum is truly unlike any other exhibit. Items include: Elvis’ 1977 Lincoln Continental, stage and film wardrobe, personal clothing items, jewelry, guns, badges and a variety of Elvis’ law enforcement objects, personal artifacts from his Graceland home including the Bible that was on his nightstand when he passed away and many more items encompassing Elvis’ life and career from the 1950’s through the 1970’s.
A message from Bud and Russ:
"The King's Ransom" Museum would like to thank Binion's Gambling Hall, its staff and management, for its warm hospitality during our engagement here. The final day of our scheduled stay will be March 31st. It has been an honor to have been a part of "The Freemont Street Experience", and involved with this historic casino from the glory days of Vegas. To share the history and magic of Elvis Presley in a educational and entertaining format has always been our primary goal. From the incredible comments and feedback we receive daily at the museum and website from fans all over the globe who have visited the exhibit, we acknowledge with humble confirmation that we are achieving that goal. As The King's Ransom Museum continues to keep Elvis' spirit and memory alive in our ever evolving and expanding exhibit, we encourage everyone to visit us. Our new location will be officially announced soon on our facebook page the official King's Ransom website."