Support the American Banjo Museum

Jack Canine

Passion for the banjo and our nation

"My passion is to help establish a museum which will allow people of all ages and cultural backgrounds to see and develop an appreciation for our national instrument, the banjo. I believe that is good for our national heritage."

-- Jack Canine,
American Banjo Museum Founder

As the nation’s only museum dedicated to America’s instrument, the banjo. The American Banjo Museum seeks to preserve the banjo’s legacy through preservation of historically significant instruments along with the promotion and appreciation of its music and history…and the people who made it happen. The American Banjo Museum places a high value on insuring the longevity of its collections as well as the facility housing them. Your support is critical to insuring our shared legacy is preserved for future generations.

The American Banjo Museum’s continued success is in your hands! Read on about all the ways to support the American Banjo Museum. Become a member, make a donation, leave a gift as part of your estate, choose the method that best suits you and become a supporter. Don’t delay, support the American Banjo Museum today!

Our Supporters


Paul & Theresa Poirier

We want to make our experience possible for others.

"We heartily support the American Banjo Museum and its goals to preserve and promote all things banjo. It is a fabulous experience and we want to make our experience possible for others." -- Paul & Teresa Poirier

Jack Murphy

Life long enthusiasm for our nation's instrument

"I am a long time banjo enthusiast and player, proud to support the mission and goals of the American Banjo Museum." -- Jack Murphy

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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