Although it's small there are some great things inside and admission is by donation.
The collection is always changing and usually features some local artists. They usually have paintings, sculptures, and other pieces.
Often there are one day workshops where you can learn from local artists on topics ranging from photography to watercolours. Classes cost in the range of $30 to $40.
Located in downtown Woodstock the Museum has ever changing exhibits featuring local history.
Exhibits include natural history of the area as well as local political history. There is also a display on the infamous murder that happened in the late 1800s resulting in the last public hanging at the Woodstock courthouse. Check out the murder weapon and the stories and photos.
All around the museum are gardens and walkways. As the former town hall, it is a central gathering point for locals to hang out, visit, and relax by the fountain and gardens.
Southside Park is a gem among Woodstock's many parks. It has facilities for baseball, soccer, volley ball, and lawn bowling, but the most wonderfull part about the park are its many trails, gardens, water fowl and the lake and river. This park has it all!
Sunday evenings a band plays a wide variety of music and over the summer many events are staged here from parades, to carnavals, to dog shows.
The prize winning gardens are breath taking and watching the swans and ducks on the pond and rivers are fun and relaxing activities.
It is the perfect place for an evening stroll or bike ride.
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