Tour capacity is limited. Advance ticket purchase required to visit the new Center and the historic house.

The Louis Armstrong Center features, Here to Stay, our newest exhibition. Tickets for the Historic House Tour include Here to Stay. You can also purchase tickets for the exhibit only below.

Note: Purchase or reserve tickets to concerts, trumpet classes and community events by scrolling down on our home page. Tickets are non-refundable, but can be re-scheduled if guests have contacted the museum before the start time of their tour.

Historic House Tour + Here to Stay

This ticket includes a guided historic house tour and admission to the Here to Stay exhibit. The exhibit can be seen one hour before your tour and/or one hour after, except for 11 AM ticket holders, who will be granted up to two hours in the exhibit after their guided tour instead. 3 PM Ticket holders are encouraged to visit the exhibit starting at 1:30 PM, since museum doors will close at 4:30 PM.

Adults

Seniors (65 and over)*

Students*

Military / Veterans *

Visitors with Disabilities

Corona Residents *

Children Under Age 6

$20

$14

$14

$14

$14

$5

Free

Here to Stay Exhibition Only

Adults

Seniors (65 and over)*

Students*

Military / Veterans *

Visitors with Disabilities

Corona Residents*

Children Under Age 6

$10

$8

$8

$8

$8

$5

Free

* ID required to receive discounted rate.

Museum Hours

Sunday-Wednesday – Closed

Thursday-Saturday – 11AM – 4PM

Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Week, and New Year’s Week.

Tour Capacity

Ten (10) visitors per tour

Schedule

The museum is open Thursday-Saturday from 11 AM to 4 PM. Tours are offered Thursday through Saturday on the top of every hour. Doors open at 10:45 AM. First tour begins at 11:00 AM. Last house tour begins at 3:00 PM. Last entry to the Louis Armstrong Center is 3 PM.

For any questions about admission please email tickets@louisarmstronghouse.org

Groups

Groups of up to 40 guests can tour the Museum. For details on availability and pricing, please visit our Group Tour Page and click on the form.

Concerts, Trumpet Classes and Community Events

Each month the museum hosts concerts, education workshops, trumpet lessons, and other community events like this one happening soon:

Check out our home page for more information on this event and  SIGN UP FOR THE NEWSLETTER to be notified about future events.

Free Digital Guide

Explore the Louis Armstrong House Museum from anywhere, anytime with our digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app. Download before or after your visit to explore more of the extraordinary life of Louis Armstrong. Download the Bloomberg Connects

Transportation

We strongly advise visitors take mass transit or rideshare to visit the Museum. Street parking is very limited in our residential neighborhood.

Accessibility

The Armstrong Center (which includes the welcome desk, museum store, exhibit area, restroom, and performance space) and the Garden of the Museum are wheelchair-accessible. The historic house tour requires the ability to climb two sets of steep stairs and stand for 45 minutes. Visitors that are unable to take the tour receive a virtual tour instead. Questions about accessibility? Please contact the Museum.

Directions

The Museum is located in the northern part of Queens, New York City, close to LaGuardia Airport.

By Subway: Take the 7 train to 103 St-Corona Plaza. Choose the exit on the north side of Roosevelt Avenue, and then take the stairs on your left. Make a right (north) onto 103rd Street. Walk two blocks and make a right onto 37th Avenue. Walk 4 short blocks and make a left onto 107th Street. The Museum is on the left side, 1/2 block north of 37th Avenue.

By Car via Long Island Expressway: Take the Long Island Expressway to exit 22 and get on the Grand Central Parkway going west towards the RFK Bridge (formerly known as Triboro Bridge). Immediately get in the left lane, take left exit 9W, and continue straight onto Northern Boulevard. Make a left turn onto 106th Street, another left onto 37th Avenue, and an immediate left again onto 107th Street. The Museum is on the left side, 1/2 block north of 37th Avenue.

By Car via RFK Bridge: Take the Grand Central Parkway going east to exit 8. Make a right at the stop sign and then an immediate left onto 31st Drive. Cross Astoria Blvd and continue 2 blocks to make a right onto Northern Boulevard. Make a left turn onto 106th Street, another left onto 37th Avenue, and an immediate left again onto 107th Street. The Museum is on the left side, 1/2 block north of 37th Avenue.

Louis ArmStrong House Museum

34-56 107th Street

Corona, NY 11368

718-478-8274

103 St-Corona Plaza


Please note: Viewing of research collections is available by appointment only.