Tupelo Tourism

Tupelo /ˈtuːpəloʊ/ is the county seat and the largest city of Lee County, Mississippi. The seventh-largest city in the state, it is situated in Northeast Mississippi, between Memphis, Tennessee, and Birmingham, Alabama. It is accessed by Interstate 22. As of the 2010 census, the population was 34,546, with the surrounding counties of Lee, Pontotoc and Itawamba supporting a population of 139,671 Tupelo was the first city to gain an electrical power grid under President Franklin D. Roosevelt's program of the Tennessee Valley Authority construction of facilities during the Great Depression. The city is also the birthplace of singer Elvis Presley.


Tupelo is the birthplace of singer Elvis Presley. One of the important tourist landmarks in Tupelo is the birthplace of this legend. Tupelo also falls in the historic Natchez Trace forest trail that connects the Cumberland and Mississippi rivers. This trail was developed by the native Americans. Fans of classic automobiles will love to visit the Auto Museum and its collection of antique, classic and collectible vehicles. The city was also embroiled in the Civil War as given witness by the nearby Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield. Ballard Park is a good place to enjoy an athletic game, golf or simply to let children play in the park. The Tupelo Flea is a good place to shop for clothes, accessories and household items etc. Travel to the city of Tupelo and discover more of its wonders.


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