Some of the most excited visitors to the Allison-Antrim Museum's Elvis Presley exhibit on Sunday were also the youngest.
One girl fulfilled her birthday wish through the visit with her family, according to Bonnie Shockey, the museum's president.
"This is what she wanted for her birthday, to have them bring her here," Shockey said.
While touring the exhibit that includes Presley's personal effects, the child met a Gettysburg, Pa., area resident claiming to be the crooner's fourth cousin.
"She said, 'That's so cool,'" Shockey said.
A 3-year-old boy took a peek at Elvis' records, scarves, cuff links and a copy of his marriage certificate.
"His grandmother said, 'He really sounds like Elvis when he sings,'" Shockey said.
She said quite a few children were among the 60 people who filled the museum Sunday. She expects a better crowd from 6:30 to 8 p.m. today.