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Best things to do in Woodstock

Art Gallery
“Always historic and contemporary exhibits for a good overview of the local arts scene. ”
11 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“An iconic location...Bob Dylan wrote many of his songs for the album "Bringing It All Back Home" in one of the rooms upstairs.”
10 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Take art classes, take a tour, or buy locally made art through this historic artist community!”
11 locals recommend
Library
“Best Library Ever! And not just because I'm on the board. This library has interesting fun events for kids and adults, free to public. Check out the schedule at woodstock (dot) org Two minute walk but also usually parking as well. ”
7 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Because this is our shop! We have a Tripadvisor five star rating and we have everything from beautiful, locally made jewelry to Woodstock postcards. I also have many of my own hand painted lamps and chandeliers on display. Come visit and save 10% off any item in our shop!”
3 locals recommend
Gift Shop
“Spiritual store with really great Aruvedic soaps, Palo Santo, incense, and books. (clothing too!)”
2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“No two visits to the VARGA gallery are alike. Christina Varga is the gallerina and artist who has a knack for making any visitor feel at home. Her artwork and events are legendary... ”
2 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“My favorite place to sit outside of and watch the world go by. Lovely bench and fountain set back in the shade right off of the village green. Avoid Sundays from 4 to 5.”
2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Artisan gifts in this beautiful shop; be it the jewelry or objects d'art. Everything here is by a local artists - so you are guaranteed to pick up a one-of-a-kind piece. Very Special Store.”
2 locals recommend
Art Gallery
1 local recommends
Art Gallery
“On the third floor is your host Wendy Drolma's studio and showroom featuring her handcrafted leather masquerade masks. Open by appointment or chance. Rain or shine.”
1 local recommends
Museum
“A massive stonework made of slate from a quarry that was built single-handedly by one man over the course of 37 years. One of the most unique permanent outdoor earthworks ever seen!”
1 local recommends