• Concert Series
    Joe Temperley

    Because of high demand, we are accepting RSVPs for our January 20th event featuring Joe Temperley. Please call 212-348-8300 ext. 100 to book a reservation.

  • Support The National Jazz Museum in Harlem
    2014 Annual Appeal

    We invite you to contribute you to The National Jazz Museum in Harlem.

  • Education
    Born in Harlem!

    Each day at 1:00pm (M-F) the National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Education and Collections Manager will present “Born in Harlem.” $10.00 per person, 5 people minimum.

  • Valdés Exhibit
    Bebo Valdés: Giant of Cuban Music

    The National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s exhibit, Bebo Valdés: Giant of Cuban Music, is open Monday – Friday from 10:00am – 4:00pm in our Visitors Center.

     

  • CMOM Exhibit
    The National Jazz Museum and Children’s Museum of Manhattan Present: JAZZED!
  • NJMH Membership
    Join the family!

    Join the National Jazz Museum in Harlem and help preserve and spread the joy of jazz. Perks include merchandise, discounted ticket prices and invitations to members-only events.

Latest News
January 16, 2015

The National Jazz Museum’s Visitors Center will be closed on Wednesday, January 21st until 1:00 pm. We apologize for the inconvenience.  

Today In Jazz
January 25

Wellman Braud’s romping and stomping bass was at the root of every recording Duke Ellington made in the first years of his greatness, and it was no accident that Braud’s deep sound was so clearly audible on those 78 RPM discs. Today is the 123rd anniversary of Wellman Braud’s birth, and it’s a joy to share his great musicality and swing.