A lot has changed since the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969, but the world’s most famous small town maintains its rep for arts, music and eccentricity.
America's second-oldest arts colony, Byrdcliffe is on the National Register of Historic Places. Year-round events, exhibitions and classes. Free self-guided walking tours. Explore this 300-acre arts colony founded in 1903. Guided tours are available May - October on second Saturdays, 1p.m. and include White Pines, home of Byrdcliffe founder Ralph Radcliffe Whitehead. Parking is available opposite the Byrdcliffe Theater.
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