Louis Armstrong and Jazz Private Walking Tour with Concert

New York, US
New York, US
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Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of jazz and the legacy of Louis Armstrong on this private walking tour in the Jazz Capital of America, New York City. Join our expert guide as they take you to iconic jazz venues and share fascinating stories about Armstrong's life and career. You'll visit landmarks such as Carnegie Hall, where Armstrong performed, and the Hudson Theatre, where he starred in the production of "Hot Chocolates." But the highlight of this tour is the opportunity to experience the magic of live jazz with included tickets to a concert at one of New York's top jazz venues. From the acoustics of Jazz at Lincoln Center to the dazzling lights of Times Square, this tour is a must for any jazz enthusiast or music lover. Don't miss your chance to connect with the spirit of jazz and the legendary Louis Armstrong.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 2 hours - 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Explore the legacy of Louis Armstrong
  • Visit famous jazz venues in New York City
  • Receive tickets for an evening jazz concert
  • Learn about jazz history and interesting facts
  • See iconic landmarks like Carnegie Hall and Times Square
  • (number of attractions depends on the selected option)
  • Tickets for the evening jazz concert (3-hour option only)
  • Expert commentary on jazz history
  • Facts and anecdotes about louis armstrong
  • Private walking tour about louis armstrong and jazz history with concert tickets
  • 5-star licensed guide who is fluent in the language of your choice
  • Tickets for the evening jazz concert (in 2-hour option)

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Discover the rich legacy of celebrated jazz musician Louis Armstrong in the heart of New York City, the Jazz Capital of America. Immerse yourself in the captivating history of jazz, and delve into the remarkable life and musical career of Armstrong. This exclusive private walking tour offers two excellent options tailored to your interests and preferences.

What to Expect?

Embark on a journey through the vibrant world of jazz, tracing the steps of Louis Armstrong. With a total duration of 120 to 180 minutes, this immersive experience guarantees an unforgettable adventure. Marvel at iconic landmarks such as Carnegie Hall, where Armstrong graced the stage. Explore jazz meccas like the Hudson Theatre, significant for its historic "Hot Chocolates" production starring Armstrong.

Who is this for?

This tour is designed for anyone who seeks to understand the essence of jazz and its influence on American culture. Whether you're an avid jazz enthusiast, a history buff, or simply someone looking for a unique and educational experience, this tour is tailored for you. Embrace the universal appeal of jazz, as it transcends age, background, and musical taste.

Why Book This?

Immerse yourself in the birthplace of jazz and uncover the remarkable story of Louis Armstrong, guided by an experienced local expert. This tour provides intimate insights into Armstrong's personal life, musical genius, and his friendships with other jazz legends. The highlight of this experience is receiving tickets to an evening jazz concert, where you can witness the living legacy of jazz. Blend the knowledge gained during the day with the enchantment of an intimate live performance. This captivating journey promises to deepen your appreciation for jazz and leave you wanting more.

Good to Know

During this tour, you will visit the Jazz at Lincoln Center, known for its exceptional acoustics and captivating performances. As you walk through the streets of New York City, you'll have the opportunity to admire iconic landmarks including Carnegie Hall and Times Square. The tour concludes at the renowned Birdland Jazz Club, where you can soak in the vibrant atmosphere that has shaped the world of jazz.


Those who have experienced this tour have praised its immersive nature and the knowledgeable guides who bring the history of jazz to life. Visitors have expressed their delight in discovering hidden anecdotes and lesser-known facts about Louis Armstrong and jazz. Overall, reviewers have left with a deeper appreciation for the contributions Armstrong made to the world of music and the enduring impact of jazz as an art form.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Jazz At Lincoln Center

Meet your guide in front of the Jazz At Lincoln Center, 10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023, United States. Please do not enter the venue, it is only a meeting point

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Begin in front of Jazz at Lincoln Center, which is one of New York’s hottest jazz venues, known for great acoustics and performances by top jazz musicians. Receive tickets for an evening jazz concert after your walking tour. In many ways, New York City is the center of the jazz world, providing a platform for the living legends as well as the stars of tomorrow. This option includes tickets for a concert at one of the city’s top jazz venues. Learn about jazz history during the day and experience an intimate live jazz performance in the evening. Your private guide will take you on a journey through the history of jazz and share interesting facts and anecdotes about Armstrong, including excerpts from his daily life in Queens, the creation of his greatest hits, his friendships with other jazz legends, etc.

Admission Included

Carnegie Hall

From there, you will head to Seventh Avenue to see Carnegie Hall, a legendary music hall where Louis Armstrong performed several times. This is also where, in 1912, James Reese Europe and his Clef Club Orchestra presented the monumental Concert of Negro Music. All places visited from the outside

Times Square

Follow down the avenue to see famous Broadway theaters like the Winter Garden Theatre and the dazzling Times Square.

Hudson Theatre

You will see the historic Hudson Theatre, which hosted the 1929 production of "Hot Chocolates" that Armstrong starred in. The tour will end at the prestigious Birdland Jazz Club.

Admission Included

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