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Louis Armstrong and his wife spent many years in this very simple home in the Corona neighborhood of Queens. The house is in a terrific state of preservation. The tour guide was a musician who really knew his stuff. As you go from room to...More
This was the first (and only) home Louis and Lucille owned, and the tour is very special, because in most of the rooms, the guide will play taped commentary by Louis and/or Lucille appropriate to what you are seeing.
As you'll see, Lucille (his fourth...More
A tour of a preserved house of the Great ”Satchmo”. The house was small but the information given was huge. You can even find out how he got his nickname. The decor of the house really brought back some memories of that time period.
The tour that we took of the Louis Armstrong house was excellent. The house itself is ordinary, but filled with interesting possessions of the Mr. Armstrong and his wife, and you learned a lot about his career, passions, and his lifestyle. Our guide, Rafael, was...More
Besides a step back a few decades, a visit to the preserved home of Louis and Lucille Armstrong provides a connection to one of America’s greatest cultural figures and the domestic influence of his life partner. 45-minute tours start on the hour.
This is the most wonderful place to visit. I am so glad to have found it. We needed something to do for a few hours and I happened to see this museum on the map. My husband and I are big jazz fans and Louis...More
We visited on a weekday, having arrived a day early for a Mets game. My wife & I are both music teachers, and we were very excited to visit here. An easy walk from the Holiday Inn Laguardia where we stayed, we arrived to find...More
The family went to the Louis Armstrong Museum for Father's Day. This was Louis's house that he lived in for the last thirty years of his life. It was a working class neighborhood and he was great to the neighborhood kids. He and his wife...More