Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum

2 West Third Street / Jamestown NY 14701 / 716.484.0800

Jamestown native Lucille Ball and her husband Desi Arnaz were pioneers of television and modern entertainment. Their legacy is celebrated at the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museumin downtown Jamestown with exhibits that include photos, original costumes, and recreated sets from the most famous show in television history.

In addition to being a point of pilgrimage for I Love Lucy fans, the museum is also a hub of activity during the annual Lucille Ball Festival of Comedy in August, which celebrates Lucy’s legacy along with contemporary and up-and-coming talent. Learn more about the Festival and its extensive lineup of shows and activities at www.lucycomedyfest.com.

For more information, visit Lucy-Desi.com.

 

The first colorized and the largest Lucy mural in the world is in Jamestown, NY.

The first colorized and the largest Lucy mural in the world is in Jamestown, NY.