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Bank of Tupelo Building


| 201 West Main Street


CREATE Foundation


| 213 West Main Street


Downtown Tupelo Main Street Association Office


| 108 South Broadway Street


Dr. William Dickerson Office


| 332 West Main Street


Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum


(662) 841-1245 | 306 Elvis Presley Dr.

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The most significant landmark of Tupelo's modern history is a modest, two-room house where the King of Rock & Roll was born on January 8, 1935. From this humble beginning, Elvis Presley began his swift rise to become the world's most popular entertainer. The house, built by his father with $180, draws over 50,000 visitors each year from across the world and is part of the 15-acre Elvis Presley Park. The home is a Mississippi landmark and the centerpiece of the park which includes, among many other exhibits, the popular photo-op "Elvis at 13" statue and Elvis' childhood church.




6628416513 | 71 Troy Street

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Hilton Garden Inn


(662) 718-5500 | 363 E. Main St.

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Johnnie's Drive-In


(662) 842-6748 | 908 E. Main St.

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Johnnie's Drive-In is an All-American diner serving breakfast, lunch, and supper. It's also one of 12 significant sites in Elvis' formative years in Tupelo marked with bronze plaques on the Elvis Presley Driving Trail. Elvis and his friends enjoyed dining at Johnnie's Drive-In. You can still enjoy the food Elvis liked to eat and even sit in the Elvis booth, which sports a photo of Elvis sitting in the same booth.


Lee County Board of Supervisors Building


| 200 West Jefferson Street


Lee County Courier


| 303 West Main Street


MLM Clothiers


| 108 South Spring Street


Papa V's General Store


| 438 East Main Street


Park Heights


(662) 842-5665 | 343 East Main St.

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Located in the Fairpark District of downtown Tupelo, Park Heights offers a menu of modern American cuisine including grilled oysters, She-crab soup, butter-poached Alaskan halibut, and prime cut of beef. The main dining room has reclaimed hardwood floors from the old Tupelo Cypress and locally crafted retro lighting. Often sited as the best in town, the service is professional and gracious and the wine list is extensive. If you enjoy dining alfresco, try the rooftop or portico that both have amazing views of downtown. We are open for lunch Monday - Friday from 11am - 2pm and dinner is served Monday - Friday from 5:30pm - 9:30pm.


Reed's Department Store


| 131 West Main Street


Regions Bank


| 331 West Main Street


The Caron Gallery


| 128 West Main Street


The Ice House/Silver Moon Club


| 213 Clark Street


The Main Attraction Emporium and Coffee Bar


| 214 West Main Street


Tupelo Automobile Museum


(662) 842-4242 | 1 Otis Blvd.

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DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! You know you've always wanted to check it out and now is the time. The last day for admission to take a final stroll down memory lane at the Tupelo Automobile Museum is March 31, 2019! Start making your plans to visit the Tupelo Automobile Museum before it's too late.   The Tupelo Automobile Museum is located across from the BancorpSouth Arena in downtown Tupelo, Mississippi. The museum's 120,000 sq. feet features over 100 automobiles representing 130 years of history. Come in and find vehicles dating from 1886 to present day. A rare 1948 Tucker, 1920 Cord L-29, 1937 Lagonda, 1929 Duesenberg Model J, and a large array of 50's, 60's, and 70's cars and celebrity vehicles are among some of the prized exhibits. The displays are in chronological order and illustrate the progress of automotive design and innovation. Gas station and automotive related signs are displayed throughout the museum too. As a salute to the Tupelo-born celebrity, Elvis Presley, the museum features 33 original Elvis movie posters and a 1976 Lincoln Mark IV that Elvis purchased. The Special Interest Exhibit schedule is available on our website and Facebook page.


Tupelo Community Theatre


| 210 North Broadway Street


Tupelo Hardware Company


(662) 842-4637 | 114 West Main Street, Tupelo, MS 38802

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This is one of 12 significant sites in Elvis' formative years in Tupelo marked with bronze plaques on the Elvis Presley Driving Trail. Tupelo Hardware undoubtedly played a major role in the life of Elvis Presley. The hardware store was where Gladys, Elvis' mother, purchased his first guitar and put music in the hands of a boy who grew to become a musical legend. The story goes that Elvis was very upset because Gladys refused to buy him a shotgun for his 11th birthday, so a store employee tried calming him down by handing him a guitar that he then started strumming. He then decided upon the guitar instead of the shotgun. Visitors are welcome during the store's regular hours. Come in and listen to tales told by store employees while you stand in the spot where Elvis made that fateful decision.


Vanelli's Bistro


662-844-4410 | 206 W. Main St.

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Vanelli's Bistro is the third reincarnation of this popular Tupelo restaurant and has chosen historic Downtown Tupelo for its newest location. Serving up pizza by the pie or the slice along with their famous Greek salad and other items, Vanelli's Bistro features fresh food and daily lunch specials.