Elvis Presley Birthplace Part 1
Having lived near Tupelo, MS my entire life, I have been by Elvis Presley’s Birthplace hundreds of times. Every time, I think, ‘He lived the American dream’. He was born in a very modest two-room house that his father built and rose to superstardom. I think everyone would agree he changed music forever. If you find yourself traveling between Birmingham, AL and Memphis, TN make a point to stop in Tupelo, MS. Visit the birthplace and Tupelo Hardware where Elvis purchased his first guitar. You’ll be glad you did.
Elvis Presley Birthplace
“Elvis at 13” Statue
The Fountain of Life.
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Heather (GurleeGirrl) says
Wow – I'm a huge Elvis fan and would love to make this trip! My parents took us kids back in the 80's, but I don't remember squat. I forsee us taking a little roadtrip to visit Tupelo some day. Everything looks beautifully maintained!
Thanks so much for sharing. I enjoyed the tour. Like most folks, I loved Elvis. It's amazing to see where he came from. I guess remembering his roots is what made him such a giving person.
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Wow, Tupelo is so famous! Great post. Have a great week!
Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm says
I did enjoy it! You know I'll be checking it all out the next time I go to see my sister in Mississippi! I'll be calling you for coffee too!
Paula Jones says
It's hard to imagine. It's the smallest house! They have really done a good job with the memorial.
Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says
How cool is that? Love your pictures 🙂 It's hard for me to imagine building a house for $180 …. even knowing back in 1934 it was a lot of money!