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American Banjo Museum

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American Banjo Museum

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9 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104-2424
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An extensive collection of banjos but what most interested me was the history of banjo music - from minstrel to vaudeville to folk to jazz to.... And you MUST visit on the first Wednesday of the month for a free banjo concert from 12-1pm. Bring your bag lunch. It is NOT to be
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I stopped by here last week and I was surprised at the number of banjos they had there, a person can learn a lot here. They even have a learning lounge where people can play a couple different ones. I will certainly go back and spend more time.
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I like bluegrass music so when I found myself in Oklahoma City with a free afternoon I had to check out this museum. I spent a few hours there and it became the highlight of my trip. Two floors packed with more designs and styles of banjos than I knew existed! There was an
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Very friendly staff. Lots and lots of banjos. Great history information. Take your time and enjoy! Before you leave, try your hand at playing a banjo.
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on my last day I had time to waste before my flight later that day. This was near the Holiday Inn Express so I stopped here to check out. I enjoyed seeing how the banjo came to be and all the old and new versions of banjo's. I especially enjoyed the JIm Henson display and
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