The Ginger House Museum

The Ginger House Museum

The Ginger House Museum

The Ginger House Museum will close to the public on Sept. 30, 2019.

This 1906 Craftsman Bungalow is the site where famed Hollywood actress and dancer Ginger Rogers was born in 1911. The home was restored and opened in 2018 as a museum dedicated to Lela Owens-Rogers and her daughter, Ginger Rogers.

Displays include memorabilia, posters, dolls, signed items, Ginger’s family tree, authentic gowns and other items that Ginger Rogers owned and wore. Guests may listen to a radio broadcast with Ginger Rogers and Bob Hope.

Located a few blocks from the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum.
Designated as a Historic Landmark by the City of Independence in 1994.

Adults and children 13 and older – $8
Children 5-12 – $4
Children under 5 – FREE
(Children must be kept under adult supervision at all times)
Groups of 10 or more must register in advance.
Group tour price $8 per person for all adults.
Ticket includes a brochure and a self-guided tour of the home.

Location and Directions

100 W Moore Street
Independence Missouri 64050