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Woody Guthrie Center, Tulsa

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4.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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  • Thanks for the memories, nice staff introduced us to the layout. Everything you want to know about Woody and his influence. 
  • Never tire of visiting here when I am in town. Wonderful museum. Lots of acoustic listening stations, short films, special rotating exhibits. Don't miss if you are in town. 
  • After a snow storm ruined a weekend getaway a couple years back the hubby and I decided to give it another shot this weekend. The main reason for our first trip had been to go to The Woody Guthrie Cen...  read more »
  • Wow it so exciting to have the this in the Brady District. I remember when this part of town was just warehouses. It's exciting to see the area transformed. Don't forget to the see the Center of the Universe while you're here
  • Good museum with lot of cool stuff, usually have a special guest section in back. We see Stevie Ray Vaughn stuff.
  • Woody Guthrie was not only an early twentieth century song-writer, but a visionary and humanitarian. The museum does an excellent job telling his story with superb video and audio as well as collections of memorabilia. He was a huge influence on Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen and many other popular songsters in the last half of the twentieth century. If you are interested in the roots of rock and folk music genres you will enjoy and learn from this museum's fine collection and programming.
  • Really great museum for its size. Museum is do able in 2 hours.
  • Much of our musical history was explained to me in this location. The instruments and guitars onsite were fascinating. The connection between musicians of the Dust Bowl era, and their impact on other prominent musicians intrigued me. Definitely glad we made this a stop during our trip to Tulsa!
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