The Woodstock History Center
endeavors to tell the story of Woodstock.

We rotate many of our exhibits every year and utilize items from our collection to enhance the visitor experience.  We also have many objects on loan from various community members. We showcase the story and objects of those people who lived in Woodstock in our historic home, gallery, and barn. Please visit us in June when our museum re-opens to the public for viewing. New displays and exhibits will be highlighted on our blog, The Acorn. Past exhibits at the Woodstock History Center have included “The History of the Green: Woodstock’s Central Park,” “Woodstock in the Civil War,” and “Covered Bridges of Woodstock.”

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Character: Unforgettable People of Woodstock


In June 2018, the Woodstock History Center began an ongoing exhibit featuring some of the unforgettable people who have made Woodstock such a special place throughout its history.

The exhibit will run over a period of several years with new unforgettable people being featured annually. In this exhibit, we would like to represent people who are remembered for a variety of reasons – ranging from talents and accomplishments to larger-than-life personalities and marching to the beat of one’s own drummer.   

Several profiles are on display at the museum; we will continue to add individuals from the physical exhibit to our online version.