Visit us for Black History Month 2016 and take home a limited-edition museum collectible of one of Satchmo's early scrapbook pages charting his meteoric rise to stardom in Chicago in the 1920s. Free with museum admission. Details here!
Hello, Dolly! Check out our virtual tour of Satchmo's house...
Join our AllStar Docent Corps. Louis Armstrong House Museum’s AllStar Corps Needs You. Be a part of the experience. Complete details here.
This new exhibit celebrates these landmark recordings that were the first records ever to be issued under Armstrong’s own name. This exhibit represents the ground breaking recorded legacy of Louis Armstrong and this immortal group, whose music will continue to influence future generations. As Armstrong himself said of his Hot Five recordings in 1970, “Ain’t nothing like it since, and can’t nobody play nothing like it now. My oldest record, can’t nobody touch it.” Through October 2016.
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!
In an unprecedented collaboration, we have partnered with the Louisiana State Museum in New Orleans to present the exhibit - Satchmo: His Life in New Orleans. This exhibit tells the story of Louis Armstrong's complex relationship with his hometown to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of his first professional gig at Henry Ponce's in 1915. The exhibit opens at the Old US Mint in New Orleans on June 29, 2015 and runs through 2017. Details here!