Dudie's Diner Trolley Car
689 Rutherford Road | Step back in time and capture that retro-style with a cool snapshot reminiscent of an era gone by. Back in the late 1940s, Truman "Dudie" Christian bought a streetcar in Memphis, moved it to Tupelo, turned it into a diner, and served "Dudie" burgers. It now lives at the Oren Dunn City Museum.
Elvis Booth at Johnnie's Drive-In
908 East Main Street | The oldest restaurant in Lee County, stop by and grab a milkshake, a cheeseburger, and a seat at the iconic Elvis booth to snap that genuinely Insta-worthy shot of the restaurant Elvis was known for frequenting.
Known as Tupelo's front porch, this open space with green grass is situated right in the middle of downtown Tupelo. Whether it is Food Truck Friday or a sunny weekend afternoon, Fairpark welcomes you and all of your Instagram needs.
Six gateway signs welcome visitors to #MyTupelo. Each sign features a crown logo, designating Tupelo as the birthplace of "The King," Elvis Presley. Our favorite place to capture the perfect shot with one of the Tupelo signs is at Gateway Park at the Hwy. 45 and East Main St. interchange.
Greetings From Tupelo
202 West Main Street | Local artists Reid Caldwell and Kit Stafford. Created in 2018 as part of the Off The Wall: Changing the ARTmosphere in Tupelo Brick by Brick project, the mural has a "postcard from Tupelo" theme and features the Farmers' Depot, the courthouse, and a view of downtown Tupelo. There are also a few nods to Elvis with the images of the front porch of the Elvis birthplace and a guitar.