American Banjo Museum
The American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City is dedicated to the history of the banjo. The museum’s exhibits document the rise of the banjo from its arrival in North America via the Atlantic slave trade to modern times. The museum was founded in 1988 in Guthrie, Oklahoma, by Jack Canine and moved to Oklahoma City in 2009.
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American Banjo Museum, 9 E Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104
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