The World's Smallest Elvis Museum

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The World's smallest traveling elvis museum

Tiny E's is the World's Smallest museum dedicated to the life of Elvis Presley. We are available to travel to your event. The owner is a life long Elvis fan and created this museum as a way to honor more than just the music of Elvis.

Located in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, the museum is available for onsite tours, or will travel to your location. We do not charge nonprofits for the museum, but we do charge local business for Grand Openings and Special events. Our fees based on travel to and from and our time there and the services you require. Please use our contact page to contact us about special events.


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​Photos of Elvis from Tupelo to Memphis, from Memphis to Hawaii, from Hawaii to Las Vegas. Remember the King.We have a piece of carpet from the world famous Jungle Room at Graceland, a clipping of the King's hair, authenticated by his barber, a pair of 1950s blue suede shoes, replica of Elvis' badge from the Shelby County Sheriff's department, and a replica of the gates of Graceland.

where are we

Who we are

TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY

In the beautiful  Little River Valley

No events are scheduled for the upcoming season, please contact us for your event.

available events

We're always happy to welcome Elvis fans who appreciate all things Elvis for a personal tour.

Events we are happy to attend or charitable donation:

  • Corporate events (picnics, grand openings, etc)
  • Family Reunions
  • Birthday Parties
  • Weddings
  • Festivals
  • Anything else you want us to consider, just ask


TINY E'S MUSEUM will also help arrange for a minister if you would like to use the museum to be the backdrop for your Wedding, or Vows Renewal for an additional fee.

For and additional fee, we can arrange a caterer who will make "Elvis Themed" appetizers like tiny banana and peanut butter sandwiches, All Shook Up Lemonade; Memphis BBQ sliders.

Greg Catchart

Owner of the Museum with his son, Dakota.

Tiny E's Museum