Adult Group Tours

Self-guided tours of all galleries and exhibits are available to groups at a discounted admission with advance reservations. Groups may enhance their visit by including a live performance and/or meal.  
 

Museum and Performance – $8*

The American Banjo Museum houses the largest collection of banjos on public display in the world and is the only museum dedicated to just the banjo. Enjoy a self-guided tour through banjo history from its humble African roots through its heyday during the roaring '20s to its present-day voice in bluegrass, folk, jazz and world music. Then, take a seat in the performance venue modeled after one of the wildly popular banjo nightclubs of the 1960s, known as Your Father’s Mustache, to enjoy a banjo performance.

Museum, Performance and Lunch - $17*

The American Banjo Museum houses the largest collection of banjos on public display in the world and is the only museum dedicated to just the banjo. Enjoy a self-guided tour through banjo history from its humble African roots through its heyday during the roaring '20s to its present-day voice in bluegrass, folk, jazz and world music. Then, take a seat in the performance venue modeled after one of the wildly popular banjo nightclubs of the 1960s, known as Your Father’s Mustache, to enjoy lunch followed with  a banjo performance.

Museum Tour Only – $5 (15 or more) 

*A minimum of 20 paid is required for special performance or meal. Performances are subject to availability of entertainer.
Tour director and driver comped. See map for motor coach parking. View group profile sheet.

To make reservations call 405-604-2793 or email events@americanbanjomuseum.com

View a sample Oklahoma City itinerary on page 48 of Group Tour Media April 2017 issue.

““We had such a great time at the American Banjo Museum. It is absolutely a great asset to OKC. Not only did we view the beautiful banjos, we learned a little of the history of some of the various instruments. We were a group of 30 people and everyone said they want to come back again. Super! Also loooooved the banjo program upstairs." - Judith Hilbun, Destinations with Crossings


“My travel club really enjoyed the Banjo Museum. They were so surprised that Bricktown had this type of a museum. The displays are so well done and the history of the banjos is very interesting. They also loved the banjo entertainment. It brought back a lot of memories”. - Ann Hight, Pride of the First, First State Bank & Trust




Contact Details

Address: 9 E Sheridan Ave Oklahoma City, OK 73014

Email: events@americanbanjomuseum.com

Google Maps: See our location online.

Phone: (405) 604-2793

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