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Youngtown Museum
Season
Six!
2013

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Everybody knows this is Youngtown!

Omemee Ontario Canada

Neil Young's childhood hometown.

A celebration of music from the '50s. '60s and '70s.

Featuring seven rooms of World Class Exhibits that include Neil Young, Canadian Artists, an outstanding Beatles Collection plus personally owned & worn  items from John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Cher, Bob Dylan, Rick Danko (The Band) Roy Orbison, KISS, Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac), Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Jerry Garcia, Brian Wilson, Ed King and more...


The Youngtown Museum is named in tribute to one of Canada's most outstanding Singers , Songwriters, and Musicians ... Neil Young.  Neil spent his early childhood in the village of Omemee and the Young Family history continued in the area through Neil's father (Canadian Journalist and Author) Scott Young who lived near town until his passing in 2005. The museum is not directly affiliated with Neil Young or his family but pays respects to the artist and his family through an amazing exhibit of memorabilia, photo's, and music.


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Take a trip back to the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's

Enjoy World Class Rock "n" Roll Exhibits, video presentations, music and more!

Showcasing original, rare, vintage and one of a kind artifacts, autographed items, documents, photos, clothing, trade-ads, instruments and memorabilia.


Come see the Beatles Exhibit

The Beatles, the biggest and most important musical act in history!  The Beatles were John Lennon (guitar), George Harrison (guitar), Paul McCartney (bass) and Ringo Starr (drums). Lennon and McCartney began playing together in The Quarrymen in 1957; Harrison joined later that year. Before they became The Beatles, they were also Johnny and the Moondogs and The Silver Beatles, joined at times by band mates including bassist Stuart Sutcliffe (23 June 1940 - 10 April 1962) and drummer Pete Best (b. 24 November 1941); Best was replaced by Ringo to form the final foursome.


Youngtown Rock N Roll Museum

45 King St. East Omemee, Ontario, Canada

Open Late April through October
Hours: Saturday's and Sunday's 11:00am - 5:30pm

Admission

$7.50 per person children under 7 free with an adult.
*Group rates available (appointment required) Please call (705) 799-2903

Membership

Support the Museum and help preserve the legacy of Classic Rock! Annual Membership includes:

* 8.5" x 11" Museum Membership  suitable for framing

* Unlimited access for "two" to the museum during regular seasonal hours.

See "Become a Supporting Member of Youngtown!" for full details


image We are a member of The Canadian Museums Association and we are self-supporting and receive no funding!

 

 



Memorabilia and gift items for sale


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You may have heard about us here...
-TORONTO STAR
-CBC Radio
-CFRB 1010 Rock Talk
-The National Post
-Lindsay This Week
-CHEX TV Peterborough
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