The Woodstock Museum is a must see for anybody that grew up in the sixties and loved the spirit and music of that era. Located in Bethel, NY, which is at least an hours drive from the town of Woodstock, this is a great tribute to the Festival that took place on this site in August 1969. Be sure to take the guided tour with a now senior citizen former hippie to get the most out of your visit. The 19 minute movie is outstanding and short parts of songs are shown with the musicians performing them from the stage during the 3 days(and nights) of the actual concert. Joan Baez, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Santana, Janis Joplin, Crosby Stills and Nash, and the Jefferson Airplane are just some of the singers featured. Don't forget to get a picture taken by the "flower power bus" or check out the rest of the artifacts and photos from Woodstock. Parking is plentiful and close by and there is a gift shop and food service right beside the museum. On the way out of the parking lot drive about a quarter mile to the Woodstock Memorial Marker and a great view of the farmland where the actual event occurred. My wife and I--both of us baby boomers--loved it!