A friend wanted to stop by, so we dropped off the Natchez Trace and visited. The old house is incredibly small, I think it would qualify as a tiny house. Amazing the information available about the singer.
About Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum
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After visiting Graceland we stopped in Tupelo since it was on our way. We did not tour the museum but went inside the gift shop. Everyone was friendly and knowledgeable. We walked the well kept grounds to the top of the hill, a peaceful setting...More
So my husband and I drove down from Ohio to look at an older car to buy. Well while here we came across this place. Now when we came the museum itself wasn't open which was a bummer ( totally a spur of the moment...More
Even if you don't plan to tour inside the house, this is a great roadside stop. The grounds are beautiful - a great spot to stroll around, stretch your legs, and read some stories of Elvis' childhood while your kids run off some energy. The...More
Elvis never did forget where he came from. The small 2 room house was a set up for the Presley family during the depression and Elvis must have been very proud to be able to get his mother to select Gracelands, which turned out to...More
We came here as we were passing through, so glad we stopped. It cost $14 dollars each and for this you are able to view the small museum with several artefacts and a story about how Elvis lived and this also gets you access to...More
We had no idea that Elvis was born here until we started looking around for things to do. It was very interesting and had a lot of great people on staff, people who are very proud of the history of Tupelo.