The Days Inn offers 40 guest rooms that are quiet and comfortable.
Tupelo, located in the northeast part of Mississippi and intersected by U.S. Highways 45 and 78 and the Natchez Trace Parkway, is the ideal getaway for a diverse mix of fun and attractions that are totally unique.
The Natchez Trace Parkway headquarters are located in Tupelo, and here visitors are immersed in the road’s colorful and exciting history through recently redesigned and refined exhibits that combine scholarship with entertainment. Living history demonstrations offer children and adults alike an opportunity to participate in activities such as corn shuck doll making, basket weaving, beading, and leatherworking.
Elvis’ birthplace is a prime attraction drawing visitors to Tupelo where they meet the child who would become an icon. The story of Elvis and Tupelo is told on the grounds, in the birthplace house and museum and in the church Elvis attended as a child, as well as on a driving tour of significant sites.
Fun-loving guests will love Tupelo’s other attractions, as well. The Tupelo Automobile Museum, Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo and HealthWorks! Kids Museum are just a sample of what this charming town can offer visitors. Special events, great dining and eclectic shopping make Tupelo your ticket for a great time!
Located in the heart of Downtown Tupelo, the Hilton Garden Inn has 157 guest rooms and 8 suites.
The Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites has 75 guest rooms and suites all 100% non-smoking.
The Econo Lodge has 60 rooms and is located in the Mall at Barnes Crossing area
The LaQuinta Inn & Suites has 70 guest rooms; 1 jacuzzi suite; Deluxe continental breakfast and many more
The Motel 6 has 97 rooms available and Located at the intersection of McCullough Blvd. (US Hwy. 78 Business) and Gloster Street (Old Hwy. 145 Business)
The Rodeway Inn has 49 rooms and a seasonal guitar-shaped outdoor pool
The Super 8 has 49 guest rooms with non-smoking rooms, 2 whirlpool suites, and king business rooms available.
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.
The Elvis Presley self-guided driving tour leads to some of the most significant locations of Elvis’ life in Tupelo.
If you’ve ever wanted to get inside the brain of a teenager, or explore the coarser side of human biology, then you’re ready to be exposed to the full-bodied fun of HealthWorks! North Mississippi, the new children’s health-education center in Tupelo.
With the largest buffalo herd East of the Mississippi River, you can get an up close and personal look on how and where buffalo live.
The Oren Dunn City Museum is home to a wonderful collection of historic buildings and Tupelo history.
Located in the Oren Dunn City Museum is a wonderful collection of memorabilia honoring the men and women who dedicated their lives to the concept of ensuring freedom for all Americans.
607 Grisham Street Baldwyn, MS 662-365-3969 www.bricescrossroads.com Email: email@example.com Six miles from Baldwyn on Mississippi Hwy 370 W. lies the Brice’s Crossroads National Battlefield where Confederate cavalry under the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest defeated Union troops and forced their withdrawal to Memphis. A one-acre site maintained by the National Park Service features a […]
Commemorated in a park on Tupelo’s West Main Street is the Battle of Tupelo – the last major engagement of the Civil War in Mississippi.
The Private John Allen National Fish Hatchery is a scenic outdoor facility where the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service propagate native fish for use in restocking programs.