Groups

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. Special arrangements can be made for tours before or after normal museum hours.

Adult Tour Groups    

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 that will be sure to take you back in time.

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 that will be sure to take you back in time.

Museum Tour Only – $5 (15 or more)

*A minimum of 20 paid is required for special performance or meal.
Tour director and driver comped.
See map for motor coach parking.

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


“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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