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Woodstock NY Rock n’ Roll Tour

Bob Dylan + White Room, The Band, Bearsville Center, Todd Rundgren, Janis Joplin and lots more

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Saturdays at 2pm and Sundays at 11am


SEASONAL TOUR-APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER (Saturdays at 2 pm and Sundays at 11 am)

Great 2.5 hour music-focused tour around the quiet town of Woodstock, NY and the restored and historic Bearsville Center

Rock Junket’s popular walking tour of Woodstock, NY is better than ever with exciting new additions! Begin your tour at the new Cafe Espresso, where you can grab a coffee and some pastry while soaking up the atmosphere in the original site where Bob Dylan hung out in the ‘60s. See the infamous ‘White Room,’ where Dylan composed legendary songs, then we explore the small town with the loud history on a light, flat walk. Hear stories, see album covers and famous photograph sites, historic venues and final resting places of Woodstock legends. Then follow along down the country road for a short drive to Bearsville Center (1/4 mile) and tour the restored historic Bearsville Theatre (subject to availability), Todd Rundgren’s Utopia Video studio and stroll Bearsville Park. Hang at Bearsville Center after your tour to see a show, have dinner or get a drink at this vibrant spot, where the Woodstock music story began.

Highlights of the tour include sites related to:

Bob Dylan
The Band
Janis Joplin
Todd Rundgren
Jimi Hendrix
Muddy Waters
Van Morrison
Final Resting Places
and more!

Tour start: CAFE ESPRESSO, 59 Tinker Street (park in the Comeau Drive free parking lot, entrance across from Woodstock police station at 76 Tinker Street) Turn at the police station and make a right at parking sign and enter the free parking lot.

Tour end: BEARSVILLE CENTER, 291 Tinker Street
(Guests must provide their own transportation from Woodstock to Bearsville Center-one road, 4 minutes, free parking)

Tour duration-approximately 2.5 hours
Tour day/time-Saturday- 2 PM and Sundays at 11 AM (April through October)

Note that the 1969 Woodstock Festival site (60 miles away) or The Band house Big Pink, are not part of the tour. Too far out, man.