Bethel Woods’ Museum has launched “Meet Me at Woodstock” a new augmented reality tour. The immersive AR tour gives visitors the chance to feel the history first-hand as they hear to stories of those who were there, hear concert recordings, authentic announcements, and visualize the iconic stage, and explore the grounds as part of a 450,000 crowd.
The tour is entertained on a tablet. Visitors walk the field where the concert was hosted in 1969 to view a full-scale 3D model of the stage. The tour is available for $5 on top of a museum ticket or an $8 standalone fee.
Antenna International, the tour developer, designed an immersive AR experience to expose hidden stories around the field. “We’re thrilled to have been a part of this site tour. It’s not just because it’s a top-of-the-line cool project, but because Woodstock was such an iconic American moment. We wanted to share that across generations.” – Mary Kostell, regional client manager of Antenna International.
The Museum at Bethel Woods remains open from 10 AM to 5 PM every day. Severe protocols have been put into place according to CDC guidelines. Masks are a must for all visitors. For information, visit www.BethelWoodsCenter.org.