Beautiful grounds, warm weather, and events for people of all ages and interests. What more could you ask for? We hope you'll visit Bethel Woods soon!
PS. We are working our hardest to safely 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!
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We’re always looking for high-energy individuals to join our team of dedicated professionals - made up of individuals who truly believe in our mission, vision, and values. Explore full-time, seasonal, and intern opportunities and apply today!
The Museum is open every day, 10 AM - 5 PM
Here the legends of the 1960s come to life
Some visit to relive the past and their journey to Woodstock. Others come to experience what it was like for the first time. As you step inside the exhibit you hear the echo of 450,000 chanting “no rain” and see the stories of those who were actually there. As you travel through the exhibit, you travel through time as the Vietnam War unfolds and the Summer of Love blooms. All culminating in the Woodstock festival. Through artifacts, films, music - and even a hippie bus - you will be inspired not only by what was the most prolific three-day festival in history, but by the ideals that still remain relevant today. Purchase your ticket here.
Explore the West Coast from our corner of East Coast beauty.
Included in regular admission | $5 standalone.
The 2021 Special Exhibit, Lights, Color, Fashion: Psychedelic Posters and Patterns of 1960s San Francisco features far-out clothing, a black light poster room, a light show, and more!
Experience the history of the Woodstock festival first-hand.
$5 with your museum ticket | $8 standalone
Narrated by seasoned Bethel Woods volunteers Nick & Bobbi Ercoline (the couple featured on the cover of the Woodstock album!), the augmented reality tour will make you feel like you are being transported back to Summer 1969.
A far-out(doors) exhibit.
The Bindy Bazaar Trails lets guests explore the area and see historic evidence of how the woods were used during the Woodstock festival.
Bring Bethel Woods to your classroom!
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. Learn more here.
Introducing the first-ever Daisy Drop at Bethel Woods
Following Joe Cocker's performance at Woodstock, a helicopter flew over the festival and dropped daisies on the field. More than fifty years later, we are recreating this moment to benefit our nonprofit organization.
Purchase a numbered daisy (golf ball) and join us this August for a live helicopter drop. The three closest to the pin will win prizes, plus enjoy live music, giveaways, food, and drinks!
All proceeds sustain art education programs, historic preservation efforts, and The Museum at Bethel Woods.