There’s Graceland and then there’s the Chaffee Barbershop Museum. Yes, the place where Elvis got his first Army buzz cut is memorialized with a cardboard cutout. Supposedly the widow of the barber who cut the singer’s hair, James Petersen, still has the pair of clippers. Hopefully, she’ll donate it to the museum one day. Open since 2008 and located inside one of the old barracks, the barbershop has been restored to its 1958 condition. Thousands of U.S. Army enlistees received their signature G.I. buzz cuts here, not just Elvis. Attached to the barbershop is a historical museum with photos and artifacts related to Fort Chaffee, including memorabilia from Biloxi Blues, The Tuskegee Airmen, and A Soldier’s Story. Of all the Elvis museums around the United States, this one may be the most random but who doesn’t love those kind of places?