martes, 17 de junio de 2008
Museum, Elvis Presley
The Elvis Presley Museum was originally opened in 1992 and consisted mainly of the personal collection of Janelle McComb, a Tupelo resident and long-time family friend of Elvis and the Presley's. Completely renovated in 2006, the state-of-the-art museum still pays tribute to Janelle McComb's friendship with Elvis as the genesis of the museum through an exhibit area titled "Remembrances of Things Past." The new museum exhibit contains Tupelo artifacts, large photomurals and graphics and two audiovisual presentations that will bring to life the childhood world of Elvis in Tupelo including his family and his first music.