Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
176 locals recommend
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The site of the original Woodstock in 1969. Post Covid there will be bands again. The museum is currently open to the public
A have to go if you have not been! Amazing museum on the land that hosted Woodstock. Plan on the afternoon there!
The site of The Woodstock Rock Festival in 1969. Check out their seasonal activities, just 7 miles down Route 17b.
It’s about 25 minutes away and chock full of live concerts during the nice weather and a great museum all year ‘round
Home of the original site of Woodstock 1969. There is a museum all about Woodstock. A must for any music/pop culture lover.
great museum with changing exhibits about Woodstock the festival and the 60's. Seasonal food and beverage festivals and music events.
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