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This is a necessary stop for anyone interested in the roots of American folk music or music in general. Museum has great interactive exhibits and presents Guthrie’s importance to so many later musicians (Dylan, Seeger, etc). I only had 90 minutes to visit but will...More
This is a must see for anyone visiting Tulsa. Not only will you learn about Woody Guthrie - you will also learn about the many musicians that he influenced.
Also, there are visiting exhibits on other musicians. John Mellancamp was featured when we visit.
My son asked me to go with him to the Woody Guthrie Center. Wasn't sure I wanted to go but sure glad I did. Everyone shoudl have to learn all of the originial words to "This Land is Your Land." Great experience
This Museum is small but offers many ways to see it all. Technology is great at all stations. Tells the story of Guthrie from the Dust Bowl to last days in New York City. Died of Huntington's Decease that he inherited from his mother way...More
This was such a wonderful place to visit with Woodys songs, lyrics, guitars, fiddles and banjos. Lots of listening stations and the Dust Bowl Experience was fantastic. His influence for the American people and musicians still continues to inspire. I loved this museum. So much...More
What an absolute treat to visit the Woody Guthrie Center. Although I had always been a fan and was aware of his life as the ultimate Americana song writer, this center tells the whole story. It includes films of his travels throughout the US during...More
Enjoyable, but it could have included more. One would have to be a true fan to enjoy this to its fullest extent. As a causal fan, it was noteworthy, but I guess I expected more. The John Mellencamp exhibit was also OK. But I expected...More
What an exciting museum to visit. One will learn about Woody Guthrie's life, the Dust Bowl day, listen to his music, and view his art work. It is educational and entertaining. We thought we would spend an hour at the museum. We were there two-and-...More
From the moment we stepped in, we were welcomed and made to feel right at home. After learning so much more about Woody Guthrie, I think that's the way he would have wanted it. This center is full of information, virtual reality experiences, photographs, artifacts...More
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There is no tour..........you go at your own pace. It's a very small museum, crammed full of well-displayed items. It's got a lot of interactive displays too. If you listen to everything and read everything - probably 3... More
There is no tour..........you go at your own pace. It's a very small museum, crammed full of well-displayed items. It's got a lot of interactive displays too. If you listen to everything and read everything - probably 3 hours. You can actually do the whole thing, picking and choosing, in 1 hour - 1 1/2 hours.