Slightly outside the town of Tupelo but well signposted and easy to park. This exhibit includes a museum, a church and the two room wooden house Elvis lived in as a boy. The price of the tour for all three was a little steep, so...More
About Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum
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Learned a little history about Elvis it is a good place to start. Price is not bad either. You get to see his house, the chapel he sang in and a museum about Elvis.
I thought this might have turned into an Elvis themepark like Graceland, but was pleasantly surprised. Only about 40 or so tourists there, which was perfect. The little "shotgun shack" stands alone and has only a couple of other buildings in the vicinity, the visitor...More
My 2nd visit to Tupelo but what a difference in 15 years - the addition of. the Church, Visitor Center & Gardens is fantastic!! So much more information & interesting facts, not just Elvis, but his family & friends. A wonderful, friendly, beautiful place -...More
You could almost combine this review topic with the "Elvis Presley Center" which is listed as a separate item for review. My wife and I did not take the tour of the Elvis Presley house as it seemed too small to be worth the effort....More
Museum is great. Church Elvis attended is on site also. House is a 2 room house or shotgun house that Vernon built for $180.00 Had no electricty or running water.
The "guided" tour is a joke. The house is two rooms. The "guide" literally spoke one paragraph (and the same info is in the FREE brochure). The artifacts are not items that belonged to the Presleys. Frankly, a waste of time and money.
You can tour the house where Elvis was born and the church where he learned to love gospel type music. The church was actually relocated from a couple of blocks away. The museum complex is quite good but it and the gifts in the museum...More