Elvis Presley Museum Reopens in Tupelo

A museum at Elvis Presley’s birthplace in Tupelo, Miss., reopened to the public on Monday (Jan. 8), on what would have been Presley’s 72nd birthday. The museum’s $250,000 renovation was completed last week. The collection features memorabilia given by Elvis to his personal friend, Janelle McComb. The museum, which tells the story of Presley’s childhood in Tupelo and his rise to stardom, will be open seven days a week.