Elvis Presley Birthplace and Museum is home to the history of Elvis Presley’s humble beginnings right to his march to success. Historic museum located at 306 Elvis Presley Drive inTupelo, Mississippi. Everyone loves the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley and this place is a fan favourite. Elvis birthplace you can explore Elvis at 13, his two room house and the church his family and he used to visit. Also you can visit Becoming. There is a mock church service which portrays young Elvis Presley playing at the church sermons, which takes you back in time. Make sure to visit the gift shop to go back home with the King of Rock And Rolls souvenirs. Birthplace of elvis presleywill never be Forgotten!
Entrance Ticket Details For Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum
Elvis presley birthplace tickets -
- Adults: USD 18
- Children: USD 8
- Seniors: USD 14
- Group tour Rate (15 or more): USD 15
Elvis presley birthplace house tickets only
- Adults: USD 8
- Children: USD 5
- Seniors: USD 8
Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum Hours
- Mon – Sat: 9 am - 5 pm
- Sun 1 pm - 5pm
How to Reach Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum
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Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum Reviews & Ratings
The owners/managers have done a gr8 job presenting Elvis' early years and story. Birth home shows a truly poor beginning for him. He and so many other Americans have been able to reach their dreams in Our Great Country!!
Really well done. All laid out as an easy walk. We actually went in the morning before it opened so it was nice and cool and we had the grounds pretty much to ourselves. Some of the inside stuff would have been nice to see, but we got a very good feel for everything and it was so well presented. Highly recommended going
For anyone who loves Elvis and or rock and roll - this is a great stop or day trip! Tupelo MS is about 100 miles south of Memphis. The original house where Elvis was born stands on this property plus a replica of the his childhood Church where he listened to gospel music. There are also statues.. a reflecting pool ..an event center and of course a gift shop. We really enjoyed our time here.
This was a really neat stop! The only thing that would have made it better is if we could have arrived when the museum was open. Still a neat stop. Will definitely go back.
Even a true Elvis fan would find it hard to love this site. The museum itself has few original pieces (most are at Graceland) and doesn't allow pictures. The house itself is nicely restored with authentic period pieces. You do get a good feel for how poor the family was. The docent was excellent and provided information and stories. The grounds are beautifully landscaped.