The Louis Armstrong House Museum will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 27th due to blizzard conditions in NYC. If the streets are clear and public transportation is running, we anticipate opening on time on Wednesday, Jan. 28th at 10:00 am. We encourage you to follow NYC weather forecasts and travel advisories. Check back here for updates on our Wednesday schedule. We hope to see you soon!
This exhibit celebrates the legacy of Louis Armstrong through the private access of long-time friend & photographer Jack Bradley. Bradley snapped thousands of photos of Satchmo on and off stage and collected any artifacts he could find that were identified with his hero. Visit us for highlights of this vast collection. Through March, 2015.
Explore how the incredible life of Louis Armstrong influenced world music and the civil rights movement. Visitors will receive a limited edition museum collectible of a unique Jack Bradley photograph created from our archives. Details here.
You will find one-of-a-kind Armstrong collectibles including the famed Ambassador CD series and new Print-to-Order images including photos from the Jack Bradley Collection! Exclusively Ours.
Time to plan those class trips & student groups to Louis's House! As a National Historic Landmark & New York City Landmark, the museum provides tours designed for students in grades K-12. The tours meet New York State & New York City Learning Standards. Join us!
Join our AllStar Corps. Be a part of the experience at Louis's house! Complete details here.