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Our group of ten seniors thoroughly enjoyed this museum and the nostalgic items of the 1960s. The museum does a great job of covering the social-political climate that led up to the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969 and its impact on our generation.
I was 4 when Woodstock happened, so have no personal memories, but after spending time at the Museum at bethel Woods, I sort of feel like I do. So well done. Allow yourself a couple of hours to do both the main exhibit as well...More
My wife and I spent about 4 hours at this museum, including walking from the museum to the monument near the site of the concert stage and having a bite to eat at the cafe. We had a guided tour, which was interesting and lasted...More
(It's a beautifully taken care of field/valley now that has ample restroom facilities and parking. The venue now has concerts all the time....the grounds are lovely.)
Interesting information about ALL of the performers and you forget how many there really were! It's all interesting and...More
Great for a day trip, walk around and enjoy the sights. They are very veteran friendly with plenty of parking. Area is a little out there but what would you expect for a concert that large. Pack a lunch and take a trip.
Incredible museum, and not just for Woodstock attendees. Super fun museum packed with so much information about the 60's history, music and all that went on at Woodstock. My husband attended Woodstock and has such fond memories. I was able to trip down memory lane...More
Beautiful place with a high-priced tagStopped at the museum before Show. High priced cafe food with indifferent staff checking their phones. Museum price is $ 15 a limitless high fir a few rooms and a movie. Tough parking during shows.