Wonderful modern museum with well preserved grounds. Inside several retro displays and film highlights document this unique music festival. Some of the tour guides attended this festival nearly 50 years ago and passionately offer details. I spent 2 hours there and could have stayed longer. A small concert hall hosts events and that night Graham Nash was scheduled. There is a monument at the bottom of the open hill marking the stage location. A harvest fair was open in an adjacent field.
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