The Louis Armstrong House Museum is the modest home of Louis and Lucille Armstrong in Corona, Queens. The Museum’s programs feature house tours, jazz concerts, educational events and community outreach. It is a National Historic Landmark and New York City Landmark; and what was once a stack of 72 shipping cartons of “Satchmo’s stuff” has grown to become the largest research archives in the world for any jazz musician.
More information about the Louis Armstrong House Museum can be found online or by calling the Museum at 718.478.8274. The Museum is located at 34-56 107th Street in Corona, Queens, NY 11368.
Thanks to the vision and funding of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation, the Louis Armstrong House Museum welcomes visitors from all over the world, six days per week, 52 weeks per year.