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.

Current Exhibit

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Character: Woodstock's Unforgettable People

This exhibit features some of the unforgettable people who have made Woodstock such a special place throughout its history. We 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.   

The following are the basic criteria for inclusion in the exhibit:

  • Person is no longer living  

  • Person must have a strong Woodstock connection

  • There must be photos or other materials about the person that can be used for the exhibit

 This is an ongoing exhibit and every year you will feature new community members. If you have someone you would like featured in the exhibit, please fill out the form below.

Nomination Form