was founded by Bill Collins III in 2010 and is dedicated to the education, preservation and enjoyment of Jazz.
Saturday, Nov. 18th – Randy Lee Sextet – 2 p.m.
Third Floor Ballroom
201 E. Lamar, Sherman, TX
THE MUSEUM WILL BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 28TH
Normal Museum Hours: Thursday, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Please note that the Museum is closed during the months of August and January.
WATCH FOR POSSIBLE CHANGES IN OUR SCHEDULE
The Museum is NOT wheelchair accessible. Please watch your step.
Regular hours are Thursdays from 1 – 5 p.m. with annual closures in January and August. There will be other times the staff must change days or times.
SHERMAN JAZZ MUSEUM
is home to artifacts and collections from many of the past’s famous jazz musicians, bringing to life their lives and music. Mr. Collins’ desire is to preserve the impact and contribution that Jazz has made to American culture.
“For those who are jazz fans or trumpet fans, there is not a better museum. This is a world class museum.”
RIVALING THE SMITHSONIAN
in its treasures from the height of the Jazz era, collections include those from Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington, Maynard Ferguson, Doc Severinsen, assorted big bands, and much, much more. Quotes from Buddy Magazine, the Original Texas Music Magazine, tout the museum as a place to put on your “must-visit list, no, ifs, ands or buts,” and commenting on the trumpet collection, “No trumpet enthusiast will want to miss this stuff.”
"The real innovators did their innovating by just being themselves."
The building is NOT wheelchair accessible. PLEASE Watch your step!