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Louis Armstrong House Museum, Corona

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  • 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 decor...  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 t...  more »
  • If you love music and would like to take a look at the house were Satchmo spent a big chunk of his life, you must visit this nice place. Everything is kept exactly as iLouis and his wife Lucille left ...  more »
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  • Many know Louis Armstrong as the musician who influenced jazz musicians all over the world. Few know of his incredible intellect and as a diarist who kept notes on everything he did, heard or saw. Because of his wife Lucille, this home was his sanctuary. A haven in a neighborhood that welcomed and protected him. It reflected her taste and his acceptance of the warmth of their relationship that gave him a space to reflect. RIP Pops. I knew you, I loved you and I will never forget your friendship. A Cat who dug it!
  • This is really Armstrong house you will see the inside of the house just as he and his wife left it when they passed away. Even the bedroom. The tour people are great too. I been there many times.
  • Nearly an hour long guided tour of the house where Satchmo lived for most of his life, in the neighborhood that "What a Wonderful World" is about. Highly recommend!
  • I was unaware that Louis Armstrong lived in NYC, and in Corona Queens of all places! Beautiful House and very interesting information on the tour. Some of which was very timely today. I also enjoyed learning about what a music lover Armstrong was (beyond Jazz). I am glad I went!
  • Great time! Knowledgeable curator!