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The 3,000 sq. ft. museum, located within our visitor center, will immerse you in the life of Glenn Miller. The museum exhibit is divided into several sections that help to tell the fascinating story of Glenn’s rise to stardom, his service in World War II, and the impact his music has had through the decades. One of a kind artifacts and rotating special exhibits make each trip a unique experience. Click HERE for museum photos.

NEW:  Virtual tour of the Glenn Miller Birthplace Museum 

Special thanks to Chris Gardner, Kc Bigbandjazz , GMBS lifetime member, and video guru as well as Dennis M. Spragg, Glenn Miller Collections, best selling author, GMBS historian and guru of all things Glenn Miller for collaborating on this virtual tour.  Click HERE for video. 

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Juxtaposed to the Glenn Miller Museum lies the original birthplace home of the legendary band leader and musician.  On March 1, 1989, Glenn Miller’s daughter, Jonnie Dee Miller, purchased the home where her father was born 85 years earlier. The Glenn Miller Birthplace Society manages the preservation, maintenance and interpretation of the home.  Click HERE for more information on the Glenn Miller Birthplace Home, Glenn Miller Bio and family information. 

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The Glenn Miller Birthplace Society and Museum has much to offer.  In addition to the Glenn Miller Birthplace and Glenn Miller Museum locations, as well as the annual Glenn Miller Festival in June, the GMBS offers many special exhibits and events for history buffs and Glenn Miller fans!  

Our new special exhibits, "1940 Jukebox Saturday Night", "1941 Keep 'Em Flying", and "1942 Here We Go Again" are on display in the Museum.  Look for our virtual exhibits coming soon.


Special thanks to Dennis Spragg, GMA Archives in Boulder, Colorado and GMBS historian, as well as Ed Polic, Glenn Miller historian and author, for their work on these exhibits.

Click HERE for our Special Exhibits page.

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