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Elvis Presley Museum - CLOSED

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Elvis Presley Museum - CLOSED

160 Reviews
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2530 Parkway Suite 4, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863-7007
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Tomb Egyptian Escape Game in Pigeon Forge
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Secure your admission ticket in advance to save hassle and up the fun factor while you’re in Pigeon Forge on this ancient Egypt-themed escape game. Choose from various time slots to suit you, and when it’s time, simply show up at the pyramid-styled venue. Then, along with your team—friends, family, or co-workers—enter the tomb and pit your wits against the puzzles, clues, and codes to make your escape.
$14.36 per adult
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We were disappointed that we could not locate this museum. I see some post saying it is going out business. Maybe we missed it altogether and it's already gone. I consider it our loss either way.
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I'm an Elvis historian, so overtime I see Elvis anything, I go towards that venue. It seemed really small until we got inside, then I seen one of his cars, and all kinds of items throughout. It is worth a look, but no where on earth will ever top the visits to Graceland, but
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A real must-see for the Elvis enthusiast and a cool experience if you aren't. To be this close to the belongings of the King Of Rock and Roll was really exciting. It's also interesting to see what his tastes were and to go back in time to see how life as a rock star was then.
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We went there for the Veterans Day deal last year. The owner was grumpy when we asked for the Veterans Day discount. I don't know why these places put it out there and then when you go they don't know what you're talking about. We just left.
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If you're going to see this one you should act quickly, it is closing. We enjoyed our visit, and hate to see it go.
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