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Tupelo Day Tour

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Day Tour to Elvis’ Birthplace in Tupelo: $145 per person min 2 (adult or child).

These places include Lawhon Elementary School, Johnnie’s Drive- In, Tupelo Hardware, and Milam Junior High. Other places on your tour included the former locations of the Shakerag neighborhood, Mayhorn’s grocery, site of WELO radio broadcasting, the Assembly of God Church and the Fairgrounds. Usually you will eat lunch (not included in the price) at Johnnie’s Drive-In and step inside Lawhon Elementary (with permission of the school officials). You will go inside Tupelo Hardware which is owned and managed by the same family who founded the store. You will stop for lunch at Johnnie’s Drive-in, a favorite of Elvis’ and maybe you will be lucky enough to sit in the same seat Elvis used. Your last stop is Priceville Cemetery and, depending on the weather, walk to the approximate location of Jesse Garon’s grave, Elvis’ brother.

Tour begins with hotel pick-up at 7:30 am.  Return to Memphis and your hotel by 3:00 pm.

Terms & Conditions: We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover & American Express. Cancellations less than 30 days before arrival will incur penalties of $25.00 per person plus any supplier fees. Changes made after documents have been issued incur a $25.00 document reissue fee. No refunds for unused portions of the package.

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City

Tupelo

State

Mississippi

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