Exploring the House of a Legend

Louis Armstrong is the best-known trumpet player and jazz musician of his time. His career spanned five decades, and he was inducted into the "Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame" in 2017. After his death in 1971, the house he lived in was left empty....until now. It's been turned into a museum where fans can explore how the jazz legend lived and even hear recordings never heard before.

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