Located at the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, the Museum at Bethel Woods is an immersive multimedia experience that combines film, interactive displays, exhibits, and artifacts to explore the unique experience of the Woodstock festival, its significance as a culminating event of a decade of radical cultural transformation, and its legacy today.

A three-part suite of installations paint the soundscapes of music that preceded, defined, and descended from the Woodstock Festival.

An interactive, birds-eye view of Max Yasgur’s farm allows groups of visitors to explore the events that unfolded at the Woodstock Festival over three days.

A photo booth gives museum visitors the opportunity to frame themselves within 1960s poster art and take their souvenir home.

Many who attended Woodstock make pilgrimages back to the site of the Festival, and in this interactive booth visitors can archive their memories and stories for others to hear.