Scot Joplin Historic House

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Allow Children? Yes children are allowed

Allow Smoking? We are sorry smoking is not allowed

Allow pets? We are sorry pets are not allowed

Is there Parking? Yes there is customer parking

Are there Handicap Facilities? Yes there are Handicap Facilities

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+1 314 340 5790

Name of Attraction = Scot Joplin Historic House

Type of Attraction = Museum

Directions = See Map

Summary = The Scot Joplin Historic House is an important part of St. Louis’s rich musical history. Located in the historic neighborhood of LaClede Town in St. Louis, the house was the home of Scott Joplin, the renowned American composer and pianist. Joplin, known as the “King of Ragtime,” wrote some of the most popular music of the early twentieth century, including “The Entertainer” and “Maple Leaf Rag.”

The house is now a museum that celebrates the life and music of Joplin, and is open to the public for tours. Visitors can learn about Joplin’s early life and career, as well as see artefacts from his time. The house is also used to host events and performances, and is a great way to experience the music and culture of St. Louis.

The house is a short drive from Lehmann House Bed and breakfast


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