The Owens-Rogers Museum

This Historic Landmark 1906 Craftsman Bungalow built by Oscar Mindrup is the house where Hollywood screenwriter Lela Owens-Rogers lived and famed actress/dancer/singer Ginger Rogers was born on July 16, 1911. Ginger lived here with her mother for approximately four to five years. See Lela and Ginger Rogers memorabilia, ancestry, photos, magazines, collectibles and unique items they owned and wore in the only Lela Owens and Ginger Rogers museum in the world. Visit to find out more about their lives and amazing careers, as well as Ginger's visits to this home during her lifetime. Open April - September.

Information

Open Seasonally
April — September
Check website for details
100 W. Moore St.
Independence, MO 64050

Additional Information

Open Seasonally Only
Gift / Souvenir Shop
Not Wheelchair Accessible
No Smoking
All Ages
ACTIVITIES WITHIN 10 MILES:
Historic District
Pets Are Not Allowed
Less Than $10
Cash
Discover
Mastercard
Visa
Reservations Not Required
Advance Contact Required

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