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$99 Cultural & Theme Tours

Day Trip to Elvis Presley's Childhood Home with Lunch

Designated as an historic landmark by the State of Mississippi, Elvis’ Birthplace, a house built by his father for $180, draws visitors from all over the world and is part of the 15-acre Elvis Presley Park. In addition to the Birthplace, you’ll also tour the Elvis Presley Museum, Elvis’ Childhood Church, the “Walk of Life” Trail tracing Elvis’ career and personal life and see the “Elvis at 13” Statue, the Elvis Story Wall and Fountain of Life, representing the 13 years that Elvis lived in Tupelo before moving to Memphis with his family.  Stop by the Tupelo Hardware Company, where Elvis’ mother purchased his first guitar and put music in the hands of the boy who grew to become a musical legend. Additional sites on this tour include significant landmarks such as The Tupelo Fairgrounds, the Elvis Homecoming Statue and schools that Elvis attended. A boxed lunch is provided as part of this tour, including a sandwich or salad and bottled water, potato chips and a cookie. Guarantee your spot on this guided 8-hour journey through Elvis' birthplace by booking today.

$170 Cultural & Theme Tours

Elvis Presley Childhood Home Tour from Memphis

After being picked up from your downtown Memphis hotel, your professional driver will take you on a full-day journey roughly 100 miles (160 km) southeast of Memphis to the small town of Tupelo Mississippi, which is the birth place of Elvis Presley the King of Rock n Roll.  Elvis was born on January 8, 1935 in his small shotgun house that his father Vernon built for $180 that he borrowed from his employer. This historic museum site of Elvis Presley's includes is a museum, a chapel, and the Assembly of God Pentecostal Church building where the Presley family worshipped. The property stands in its original location and has been restored to its original condition, decorated with period furniture as well as a replica 1939 Plymouth Sedan that the family used to drive.  Within the museum there are also exhibits containing Tupelo artificats, large photomurals, graphics, and audiovisual presentations focusing on Elvis when he was a boy.