American Banjo Museum215 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 9 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104, United States, 73104
- Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4056042793
- Fax: +1-4056011821
- Ticket Price: 8 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums, Social, Arts, Museums
The banjo as a musical instrument has a very long history in American Music, especially in modern and contemporary music. In acknowledgement of this revered history, this Museum, the largest public display of banjos in the world, was built. But the museum exhibits more than just musical instruments. It to preserve and promote the legacy of this instrument True Galleries and Exhibits that struck its origins in African tribal music, it's rise in popularity in the Roaring Twenties, and it's eventual pinnacle in the blues and jazz and folk music scene. And just in case you're thinking that doesn't sound interesting enough, keep an open mind. You might be surprised.
American Banjo Museum Travel Tips
- Two groups of more than 15 people should call ahead to make reservations.
- Wheelchair accessible
- There are plenty of paid parking options around.
Entrance Ticket Details For American Banjo Museum
- Seniors (55+) & Students: $6
- Youth (5-17): $5
- Children under 5: Free
- Family (2 adults-2 children): $15
- Military: $5
American Banjo Museum Hours
- Last admission 45 minutes before closing time.
- Closed on Easter day,Thanksgiving day.
How to Reach American Banjo Museum
- Bus: 050 stop E Sheridan Ave at N Mickey Mantle Dr
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