Presley’s father, Vernon Presley, borrowed $180 to acquire the materials to build the home in 1934, according to the museum’s website. A few years after Presley’s birth in 1935, his family lost the house because they couldn’t repay the loan. When he was 13, his family moved to Memphis, Tennessee.
You can now visit the home: A $20 ticket grants access to Presley’s home, his family’s church, and the museum on site.
DiCaprio spent his early years at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue, where he said he witnessed prostitution, crime, and drug use, he told the Los Angeles Times in 2014.
“It was a pretty hardcore neighborhood and I think that gave me a lot of motivation to be successful, really, and try to do something else,” he told CBS Sunday Morning.
Affleck and Damon were childhood best friends and attended the same high school, they told Interview magazine in 1997.
“My mother is a professor of early childhood development, and she knew Ben’s mother — who’s a teacher of little kids — and sought her out after we moved back to Cambridge,” Damon told the magazine. “So I was pretty much forced into hanging out with Ben.”
Schwarzenegger lived in the apartment, which had a pit toilet, from his birth in 1947 until 1966, BBC News reported.
It is also now a museum, which displays his childhood bed, as well as memorabilia from his time in Hollywood such as a motorbike that he rode in the “Terminator” movies.
Adult admission costs €8.90 (about $9), according to the museum’s website.
There are only four known remaining pairs of original ruby slippers from the production of “The Wizard of Oz” in existence. One of them is on display at the Judy Garland Museum, which opened in 1975.
In 2005, the ruby slippers were stolen from the museum. The FBI recovered them in a sting operation 13 years later in 2018.
One adult ticket to the museum costs $12.
The cabin had no electricity or running water, but Parton remembered her years there fondly in her 1973 song “My Tennessee Mountain Home.”
Parton’s Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, features a replica of her childhood home. Her brother Bobby built the replica, and her mother, Avie Lee, furnished it with objects from the original Parton family home.
Admission to the park costs $89 for one adult ticket.
Michael, Janet, and the seven other surviving Jackson children grew up in a small white home about 30 miles outside Chicago in Gary, Indiana.
In 2021, a sign was added to the house, marking it the “Home of the World-Famous Jackson 5,” the Chicago Sun-Times reported. The yard also features a statue of two children playing.
Cruise, whose full name is Thomas C. Mapother IV, was born in Syracuse, New York, and lived in a variety of cities before settling with his mother and her new husband in Glen Ridge, according to IMDb.
His 1980 high school yearbook featured a photo of his home, where he lived until he moved to New York to pursue acting at 18.
McCartney, who was born in 1942, lived in the two-story home from 1955 to 1963. The interior is only accessible via tours booked through the National Trust, a UK charity that preserves historic places.
According to the National Trust website, tours cost £11 (around $13) for National Trust members and £32 (around $38) for non-members.
The house was known as Mendips after the Mendip Hills in Somerset, according to The New York Times. Lennon moved there when he was 5 years old after his parents separated in 1946, living with his aunt Mimi and her husband, George, until 1963.
The National Trust tour visits both McCartney’s and Lennon’s homes.
The Knowles family purchased the home in 1982 and lived there until Beyoncé was 5 years old, real-estate agent Brad Upshaw of The Upshaw Group told Good Morning America in 2018.
The two-story home, located at 2414 Rosedale Street, features a lofted third floor, as well as a renovated kitchen and two fireplaces. It was listed for sale in 2018 for $500,000, then reduced to $450,000 in 2019, according to the Zillow listing.
While the home is by no means small, it’s modest in comparison to her current properties with her husband, Jay-Z: Their 30,000-square-foot Bel-Air, California, estate cost $88 million when they purchased it in 2017. Two months later, they also bought a 12,000-square-foot beachfront home in the Hamptons, New York, for $26 million.
Lopez grew up at 2210 Blackrock Ave, a two-story home in the Bronx, New York. She shared a room with her two sisters and moved out when she was 18, she told W magazine in 2013.
The property was last listed for $725,000 in 2011, according to Zillow.
Madonna, whose last name is Ciccone, lived in the home with her five siblings.
Located at 2036 Oklahoma Avenue, the property was last listed for sale for $479,000 in 2017, according to The Detroit News.
Located at 78 Grandview Boulevard, Swift lived in the house until 2004. It has five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, as well as details like brick fireplaces, a butler’s pantry, and crown molding, Insider’s Erin McDowell reported.
The property sold for $800,000 in 2022, according to Realtor.