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Treme's Petit Jazz Museum

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New Orleans is the place where jazz music emerged. This museum is a museum that comprehensively introduces jazz related knowledge. It is located not far from Louis Armstrong Park. The museum is not big, but you need to buy a ticket to visit it. Remember that the ticket is $6 and $5 for students. If you are interested in jazz, you can still visit this museum.

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  • flblondee
    Chandler, Arizona

    Wonderful gem well preserved through time!

    Alvin Jackson is such a great guy. He is a historian with such a great heart. He will talk and share and play music from each time period. He's been there and experienced it! Support the small bu...

    Reviewed on /Date(1593030520000+0800)/
  • janetG2239JY
    Fordingbridge, New Forest, Hampshire, England

    Small but very interesting

    I went with two musicians,a clarinettist and a violinist, so there was an added purpose for our visit. Unfortunately it was the run up to Mardi Gras and the Rock and Roll running Marathon was on th...

    Reviewed on /Date(1582505326000+0800)/
  • Cargirl19
    London, United Kingdom

    Great little museum, great little tour

    We were lucky enough to run across this museum during a Treme walking tour (French Quarter Phantoms). A little tour with a lot of history, information and evocative musical history to add to such a hi...

    Reviewed on /Date(1579560779000+0800)/
  • swirbp

    A personalized tour through jazz history

    Alvin Jackson leads a fun, knowledgable, and interesting tour around his intimate one-room museum that is chock full of photos, paintings, artifacts, and more. Al is a warm and engaging host who answe...

    Reviewed on /Date(1577960563000+0800)/
  • Y2473WNlisar
    Chicago, Illinois

    Packs a punch!

    This tiny museum is full of interesting artifacts tracing the origins of jazz from Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe to the US. What makes it special, though, is Mr. Al's storytelling, and his deep kn...

    Reviewed on /Date(1577459778000+0800)/

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