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Q:  What special procedures are in place due to COVID-19?

A:  You can wear masks if you want. Our Team Members do not wear them.

If you think you are susceptible to Covid, please do not visit until you feel safe.

Q:  How do I reserve a ticket?

A:  You can buy tickets online by clicking on the Tickets Tab.

Q:  I want to be a TigerMan Mafia Member.

A:  Ask a Team Member to tell you how.

Q:  How much is admission to the Museum?

A:  General admission is $24.99 and children 5-17 are $9.99.

Admission is free for children 5 and younger. Family Admission up to 5 is $49.99.

Q:  When is the Museum open?

A:  Hours of Operation
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Friday 10:00AM to 6:00PM
Saturday 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Sunday 12:00AM to 4:00PM

Q:  How do I get to the Museum?

A:  The Address is 3217 Lucibill Road Memphis, Tennessee 38116. When you come off of Hwy I-55 onto Elvis Presley Blvd., make the first right on Brooks Road. We are the second left on Lucibill on the right.

Q:  Where can I park my car?

A:  There is designated free parking reserved for Museum visitors. 

Q:  Is there a coat check?

A:  No, but we do offer lockers for Karate Students.

Q:  Is the Museum wheelchair accessible?

A:  Yes, but only on the first floor.

Q:  How do I arrange for a group of adults or students to visit?

A:  Contact us at

Q:  How can I see an object from the Museum’s permanent collection in person?

A:  At any given time, there are at least 100 objects from the Museum's collections on view to the public in the galleries. Researchers interested in studying particular objects not on view in the galleries may make a special appointment. Please E-Mail

Q:  Is photography or video permitted in the Museum?

A:  Yes, photography or video for personal use is encouraged with the exception of the Ambulance. Please share on social media with #TigerManmuseum! For press and other special photography needs, including film and videotape projects, please contact the Curator, Billy Stallings at   

Q:  Does the Museum have a lost and found?

A: Yes. If you left something behind at the Museum, call 901-899-3656 or check with the Team Member on duty.

Q:  Can I host an event at the Museum?

A:  The Museum’s Dojo is available for special events. The Dojo seats 40 and can be reserved by contacting Joey Smith at Please note: The floor is carpeted so food and beverage will be limited.


Q:  Why are the light levels so low in the galleries?

A:  Textile-based objects are extremely vulnerable to fluctuating temperatures and humidity, as well as to bright lights. The light levels are kept low in order to prevent the materials from fading or disintegrating.

Q:  What is in the Museum’s permanent collection?

A:  The Museum's world-renowned permanent collection includes Elvis and Elvis Family related and owned items.

Q:  How do I find out how much an object in the Museum collections is worth?

A:  The Museum does not disclose the monetary values of objects in its collections.

Q:  Can you tell me the value of a Karate history or Elvis history item that I own?

A:  The Museum does provide monetary appraisals. To determine the value of an object, contact us at  




Q. I have a Historic Item that has been in the family for years. How do I properly take care of it?

A. Historic Items like Textiles are inherently fragile and should be handled carefully, ideally historic costumes should not be worn or washed, they should be carefully stored in a stable environment and not exposed to light.

Q. You say I should “carefully store” the historic costume or item, what exactly does that mean?

A. Choose an area with minimal fluctuations in temperature and humidity, good air circulation and minimum of light – generally this means somewhere in the living area of the house rather than an attic, basement or garage. Garments can be stored either hanging or boxed. Any garment to be hung must have strong shoulder areas and should be stored on a padded hanger with a fabric cover. On the other hand, garments with sheer, lacy, or beaded fabrics, bias-cut sections, heavy skirts or trains should be stored horizontally in a box to avoid excess stress. All items coming in contact with the stored artifact should be acid-free – this includes the tissue paper used to stuff the item to prevent creases, cotton muslin to protect the garment from dust and light, and the storage box. Do not use plastic either as a garment bag or as wrapping inside the box because they release harmful chemicals and trap moisture, which can cause mold and mildew. 

Q: Where can I find archival quality boxes and supplies so I can safely store my vintage garments?

A: The following are the suppliers that the Museum uses for such materials as acid-free boxes and tissue paper:


Gaylord Brothers

Light Impressions


University Products Inc.  




Q:  How do I volunteer at the TigerMan Museum?

A:  The Museum welcomes volunteers to perform a variety of important tasks including serving as greeters. or tour guides.. Please contact us at



Q:  How do I make a financial contribution to the TigerMan Museum?

A:  Financial contributions are most welcome and needed! Donations of money can be made by sending a check payable to "TigerMan Museum" to:

TigerMan Museum 3217 Lucibill Road Memphis, TN 38116 or PayPal to

Q:  How do I donate Clothes, Objects, or other Music History related material to the TigerMan Museum?

A:  The TigerMan Museum has long benefited from the public’s generosity in building its collections. We continue to welcome gifts, however not every object is right for the Museum’s collections. If you have something you believe belongs in our museum contact the curator, Billy Stalling 

at You must be able to send a description and images of your proposed donation. If emailing images, please limit the file size to 2MB. Please be aware that unsolicited donations are not accepted, and will be returned to the sender. 



Q:  My question isn't answered here. Who can I contact? 

A:  For queries that are not answered here, or elsewhere on our website, please email

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