The New Orleans Jazz Museum at the Old US Mint hosts a Louis Armstrong festival each year, usually the first weekend of August. It is an amazing reason to experience the birthplace of Jazz.
Historic circa-1835 mint turned museum with coin exhibits & an upper-level jazz venue.
The New Orleans Jazz Museum promotes the global understanding of jazz as one of the most innovative, historically pivotal musical art forms in world history
Old US Mint building. Have art/history shows and often music series performances
“The New Orleans Jazz Museum celebrates the history of jazz, in all its forms, through dynamic interactive exhibits, multi-generational educational programming, research facilities, and engaging musical performances. The NOJM enhances New Orleans’ ongoing cultural renaissance by providing diverse…
Former US Mint building, this fortress at the end of the Quarter offer free admission and an interesting Jazz exhibit upstairs including Louis Armstrong's first cornet and Fats Domino's piano.
The New Orleans Jazz Museum is a music museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., dedicated to preserving and celebrating the history of jazz music.
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