Elvis Presley's airplanes might be leaving Graceland in the near future.

For years, visitors to Graceland have had the opportunity to tour Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II, two airplanes once once owned by Elvis Presley. Visitors who pay to see inside the Graceland mansion can pay a little more to get up close and personal with the private jets. But, that may be coming to an end.

According to a report on Yahoo from the Associated Press, Elvis Presley Enterprises, which operates the tourist attraction in Memphis, Tennessee, has asked the owners of the planes to have them removed from the property by next Spring.

The planes currently sit across the street from the Graceland Mansion. The estate apparently plants to build a hotel, theater, and restaurant on the property.