This museum offers an educational yet enjoyable way to learn about the Woodstock Festival of 1969. Even my two teenagers enjoyed the museum. In addition to the Woodstock exhibits, there are some other exhibits pertaining to other aspects of the 1960's. My only complaint is that I wished these exhibits included more information instead of a few sentences. This is why I gave a rating of 4 instead of 5. To cap off this wonderful museum visit, I highly suggest to walk outside to the field where the concert took place. Also there are paved walkways and beautiful landscaping on several acres adjoining the museum. My family and I spent about 3 hours there. My husband thought admission was a little pricey ($52 for a family of 4), but I thought the money was well spent for a unique part of American history.
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