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This was such a lovely experience. If you are fans of Louis I'd say it's a must-do. The tour takes you through the house just as it was left when Lucille Armstrong passed away. The tour guide walked us through each room, describing some historical...More
Hidden in a working class neighborhood of Queens, the house of Louis (Satchmo) and Lucille Armstrong is sure to delight jazz and music lovers from around the world. The 40 minute tour gives you the sense of what a national treasure Louis was and the...More
This is an intimate look at the lives for Louis and Lucille Armstrong. Lovingly cared for and curated by Queens College CUNY. My favorite rooms are the kitchen and bathroom. Great tour with audio clips in each room.
This place is a gem and must be seen. Satchmo's house. Is wonderfully decorated with his personal stuff. Take your time and just take your time and take it all in. A lovely gift store is on the grounds as well. Good spot for picnics...More
Last month I visited this museum with wife and daughters. Since flew into LaGuardia and this museum is only 5 minutes from the airport we just caught an Uber there prior to heading to our hotel in Brooklyn. Unfortunately we got to the museum about...More
This is one of the best and most Surprising
Little Museums in Queens New York.
Simply Fabulous and unusual. Time stand still here. Only 10.00 admission fee.
The best thing to do is call up the Curator
Of this Museum and make an appointment
It was great to see the respite Louis & Lucille Armstrong created for themselves. They could have lived anywhere but chose to live there. It was nice to see how simply they lived. Granted it was decorated in the 1960s, but I liked to see...More
Any fan of Louis Armstrong MUST visit this iconic museum. The tour guides are excellent and informative. Mrs Armstrong saved much of Louie's artifacts and on display. Original music is played during the tour.