Without the mud.
Immerse yourself in the Museum at Bethel Woods’ collection of authentic artifacts, interactive media, and even a psychedelic bus.
Docent Tours: With over 6,000 square feet of dynamic exhibits, there’s a lot to cover. For an insider look at the films, photographs, and artifacts on display, take a tour with a specially-trained docent – many of whom were festival attendees.
Special Exhibits: Expertly-curated rotating exhibits highlight the work and research of the museum team. Featuring recently-accessioned items and colorful displays, special exhibits have included: & Art Fair: Art and Design at the 1969 Woodstock festival; and Peter Max: Early Paintings.
School Field Trips: Museum education and creative learning programs for students in grades K-12 bring the lessons of the sixties to life.