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"Home of the Ragtime Composer"

Discover the home of a musical legend, Scott Joplin, who's credited with the popularization of Ragtime music from 1895 to 1918. Joplin lived in St. Louis for nine years and spent two of them living in this historic home with his wife, Belle Haden. During that time, Joplin wrote and published eight songs, including his most famous, "The Entertainer". As part of the restoration, a piano with his sheet music was installed for visitors to enjoy. Today the home is listed as a National Historical Landmark with daily guided tours.
2658 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, MO, United States, 63103
Today: 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM Closed Now
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"Home of the Ragtime Composer"
Discover the home of a musical legend, Scott Joplin, who's credited with the popularization of Ragtime music from 1895 to 1918. Joplin lived in St. Louis for nine years and spent two of them living in this historic home with his wife, Belle Haden. During that time, Joplin wrote and published eight songs, including his most famous, "The Entertainer". As part of the restoration, a piano with his sheet music was installed for visitors to enjoy. Today the home is listed as a National Historical Landmark with daily guided tours.
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