The Ginger House Museum is the birthplace of famed film star Ginger Rogers. Rogers was born in this house in 1911 and lived here with her mother, Lela, for four years. Rogers visited the house on a number of occasions. The home has been fully restored inside to as close to its original 1906 appearance as possible, and will be open to the public soon. The museum curators have restored the house and placed objects in it that were once owned by Ginger Rogers, as well as multiple memorabilia collectibles, some rare items, information about the history of the Craftsman Bungalow house, and photos spanning Ginger Roger's long career as a singer, dance, and actress. The Ginger House, LLC. owners have a special passion for historic homes. They purchase homes, then restore them to original condition. The company has plans for a new large museum to feature Jackson County, Missouri and famous people from the area. Marge Padgitt is the president and director.