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This Month at Bethel Woods - April 2021

flowers and event gallery at bethel woods

Engage with history...

...and visit The Museum, enjoy socially-distant dining, or take a meditative art class. Explore how important community was to the success of Woodstock and how this idea influences everything we do. We look forward to seeing you soon!

PS. We are working our hardest to safely and soundly reopen this season. We will provide more information to you as soon as we can; don't forget to sign up for our newsletter for the latest announcements and updates from us! 

The Museum at Bethel Woods is open every day, 10AM-5PM!

We are so excited to welcome you back to The Museum so that you can explore the history of the greatest festival of all time and how it remains relevant today. Along with some of our favorite long-standing exhibits (we're looking at you, hippie bus and Bindy Bazaar Trails!), we are proud to add the following attractions to your museum experience:

  • Sensory-Friendly Museum Days: Happening the second Saturday of each month, individuals of all ages with autism, complex developmental disabilities, or sensory sensitivities are welcome to experience our Main Exhibit, gift shop, and cafe during special early-morning hours before the museum opens to the general public. Learn more here.
  • 2021 Special Exhibit: While this was supposed to open last year, we promise it's worth the wait! Explore posters, fashion, a black light room, and immersive light show to get a sense of the style of 1960s San Francisco. Learn more here.

Click here for more information and to plan your visit. Get a discount when you buy your ticket in advance!

Explore Our Exhibits

Special Exhibit

Lights, Color, Fashion: Psychedelic Posters and Patterns of 1960s San Francisco

silhouette of a women

Meet Me At Woodstock: An Augmented Reality Adventure

Experience the historic site like never before.

Meet Me At Woodstock: An Augmented Reality Adventure

The Bindy Bazaar Trails

The Bindy Bazaar Trails lets guests explore the area and see historic evidence of how the woods were used during the Woodstock Festival. 

Bindy Bazaar Trails signs on trees in woods

Art classes for all

Stressed? Bored? Looking for an excuse to get out of the house? Join us for a class focused on health, wellness, and resilience. Each class is facilitated by a licensed creative arts therapist and offered in limited capacity for your comfort and safety.

Tell your teacher friends we've gone digital!

We are excited to expand our reach and now offer live, virtual lessons on art activism, the 1960s, and (of course) Woodstock! Students will discover ideas of individual expression, social consciousness, and cultural engagement through an in-depth look at the Museum’s content from the comfort and safety of your school, home, or learning pod.

Woodstock at Home

Online Educator Resources

Bethel Woods strives to support educators with supplemental tools and resources for learning in and out of the classroom.

museum bus photo

Read our Woodstock Blog

Explore our historic legacy, including a deep dive on every performer during Woodstock!

woodstock dove and guitar

Bindy Bazaar Museum Store

Find unique gifts and mementos of your visit. Your purchases at our on-site shop or online store help support the operations and programs offered at The Museum.

inside of museum store

Thank you for making it this far!

If you're reading this, you must really be interested in who we are and what we do. For that, we thank you. Bethel Woods is only as special as the people who support us. Did you know that we are a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization? You can support our mission and ability to offer community programs and creative experiences by making a contribution here.