This is a a small intimate museum to a BIG MAN with a unique voice. The premises are not permanently staffed. Telephone numbers are displayed on the door for you to call out a curator. If you are from ouside the US call in at the City Hall, which is two doors away, where they are most helpful. The contents of the museum pays tribute to Roy's early life in this small oil town, along side his school books and his famous sun glasses. The curators are very informative about his home town life and his world famous career. Sadly his last known home in Wink is no longer standing, but you can still walk the side walks in Roy's memory and sit on the new bench seats outside his museum.
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