Viva Las Vegas! Elvis Presley Fan Club

This club is "Officially recognized by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc."

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Elvis Now

Elvis can still be found in Las Vegas. His spirit lives here.

(If you're looking for tribute shows, select the "Tributes" menu tab.)

The Elvisarama museum closed Oct 1, 2006.

Cirque du Soleil show VIVA ELVIS

Installed 2008
Elvis Presley in the Las Vegas Walk of Stars
At the Riviera ...
on May 4 2015, the hotel closed.
The old star was removed and donated to the Neon Museum
You can see the old one here:

The new star was installed February 2016 in front of the Paris.

Visit our home page and find the Star Site link for more information.

"Million Dollar Quartet" at Harrah's closed Dec 4, 2016

*The Elvis Exhibit at the Westgate,in partnership with Graceland*
Apr 23 2015 - Feb 26 2016 closed

"Heartbreak Hotel" at Harrah's
closed Dec 30 2019

**Elvis in Vegas Tour**

For places to find Elvis, take a self-guided tour!  In this panel, and in the one to the right, scroll thru a vast selection of places to visit:  to walk in Elvis' footsteps, to see honors to his memory, and amazing memorabilia.

*We sure would appreciate it if you would tell your friends that this site was your guide.*

See Elvis' Star in the Las Vegas Walk of Stars
in front of the Paris Hotel.

Hard Rock Hotel-Casino Clothing & Memorabilia on display / Cafe on LV Blvd

Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
at the Venetian, Las Vegas.

Viva Las Vegas Elvis Weddings

Graceland Wedding Chapel

Near the Fremont Street Experience is a parking garage at Las Vegas Blvd and Carson. On the south facing walls, two murals feature Elvis.

Elvis used to eat at Villa D'Este, now called Piero's
Elvis used to dine here, the Golden Steer

Where Elvis used to buy jewelry, T-bird's
and he bought bling bling here, too: the Jeweler's

Elvis or his 'mafia' would pick up prescriptions at White Cross Drugs. Formerly at Oakey and Las Vegas Blvd

Fremont Street - Finish line of the race
Hoover Dam, another place in the race
Lake Mead, used in scenes
Mt Charleston, its roads used in the race
Valley of Fire - used in the race
The Flamingo - many scenes filmed there; especially the pool area (remodeled in 1993)
The Little Church of the West - Lucky & Rusty wed
Paradise Road after leaving the Sahara and heading south.  Elvis and Ann in the sportscar being towed.
UNLV - NOT. C'mon Everybody was not filmed there. Here is a video that explains:
The Sahara - Elvis used to visit there a LOT. Some scenes of Viva Las Vegas were made there, too. He stayed in the Presidential Suite with Ann M during the movie filming. The original hotel was closed May 2011.  Remodeled, with new owners.
Visit old signs from vintage Las Vegas, hear Elvis mentioned during the tour, and see the the 'old' Elvis marker from the Las Vegas Walk of Stars:

The Peppermill Restaurant / Lounge. Inside the Fireside lounge is where Elvis and his group used to visit late at night.  The decor has changed since 1972, but hey, the ambiance can't be beat!
Vickie's Diner  (in Las Vegas since the 1950s)
953 E Sahara
Diner and Omelet House (a classic 50s diner)
3050 E Desert Inn
Norm's Diner
(meet the room service chef who once cooked for Elvis)
3945 S Durango Drive
More Locations

The International/Hilton Hotel/LVH/Westgate- 70s Shows

Next door is the Convention Center. In the back was filmed the scenes in Viva Las Vegas of the race car garage shop

the Convention Center

Resorts World features Elvis in its lobby

The Allegiant Stadium has an Elvis mural

The Las Vegas/Reid airport features a mural of entertainment history in its international terminal. In the center of it is Elvis.

The World's Largest Gift Shop (Bonanza) - across from the Sahara Hotel
Downtown, various stores in the Fremont Street Experience
Various tourist stores along the strip
Collectibles at Record City, at Sahara and Paradise Rd


Elvis has three streets named after him. Streets are named by property owners and two did so in northern Las Vegas near the year 2000.  Take an excursion to visit Elvis Presley Court and Elvis Alive Drive.  Located a few miles from each other near Mt Charleston. Here is a map:

Elvis also has a street in the tourist corridor.  Former Riviera Blvd, a connector street between LV Blvd and Paradise Rd, was renamed Elvis Presley Blvd.  The road leads into the former Hilton, The Westgate.

Check out this website all about street naming and learn how it is done.  The government doesn't decide to force street names onto property owners.  Someone has to come up with the idea and fulfill all of the requirements both legal and financial.   Thanks to the Westgate, a property owner near the Riviera Blvd, their application for the name change was approved on May 19, 2015.