Pigeon Forge, Tennessee: Elvis Museum
- 2638 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN
- I-40 exit 407. Follow Hwy 66 south for about about 13.5 miles as it becomes US Hwy 441/Parkway. One block south of stoplight #3 in Pigeon Forge, on the southbound side.
- Daily 9 am - 9 pm. (Call to verify)
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour
See Elvis's honeymoon Cadillac, his shotgun, his safety-orange toilet seat cover and furry bathroom scale, two sets of his x-rays, and more! Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Elvis Museum
The Elvis Museum in Pigeon Forge has been totally remodeled. Renovation was complete in June of 2004 and the 2nd of two new gift shops opened in February of 2005. Overnight rentals available. New website is up and running: www.elvismuseums.com[Lynn McAllister, 06/25/2005]
On a trip to Pigeon Forge in August 2003, we were All Shook Up -- the Elvis Museum has left the building! This was just Too Much! There was no sign or warning to let Suspicious Minds know that the Museum was gone. All that is left of the Elvis Museum in Pigeon Forge is the still well-stocked gift shop. The lady behind the counter told us that the Elvis Museum had been closed for a couple of months and the building is scheduled to be torn down. Don't Be Cruel! This turned our trip into a regular Heartbreak Hotel! But That's All Right, Mama -- she said that there are plans to reopen the Elvis Museum in a new building in the Spring of 2004. If that's true, we may Return to Sender . . . or at least, Pigeon Forge.[Bruce Solomon, 09/02/2003]