...link our artifacts and exhibits with the living musical and cultural traditions of the region.
Documenting the Giants of Jazz
Showcasing some of the most iconic photos shot by prolific photographer Herman Leonard
Reel to Real:
The Louis Armstrong Collages
Louis Armstrong's reel to reel tape box collages on display for the first time ever in New Orleans
Rooted in Resistance , Remembrance, Ritual & Resilience: Black Masking Indian Suiting
Former Big Chief of the Yellow Pocahontas Mardi Gras Indian Tribe, Darryl Montana designed and constructed 48 suits, bead by bead, sequin by sequin, feather by feather, beginning when he was six-years old
Women Of Note
Highlighting the role of women in the evolution of New Orleans Jazz from its beginnings in the early 20th century to today’s vibrant music scene
Pete Fountain: A Life Half-Fast
Commemorating the life of the late, great clarinetist Pete Fountain
Celebrating the Americana Music Triangle
The music, culture and history aligning 1,500 miles of highways connecting Memphis, New Orleans and Nashville where blues, jazz, country, rock 'n' roll, R&B, gospel, bluegrass & Cajun music began
Signature artifacts from the New Orleans Jazz Museum archive
Follow Us On Social Media
Keep up with the New Orleans Jazz Museum in real-time on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!
We have lots of fun, engaging volunteer opportunities at the New Orleans Jazz Museum!
Make a Donation
Support our musical programs, exhibitions, and educational programs with a donation to the New Orleans Jazz Museum.