Judy Garland Museum®
Welcome to the Judy Garland Museum® home of the world’s largest Judy Garland and Wizard of Oz collection, the restored Historic House, the Children’s Discovery Museum, and beautiful gardens. Located on 2 acres at 2727 Pokegama Avenue South, you are in for a real treat with the exhibits, artifacts, Museum Store, and the Lincoln Carriage, featured in "The Wizard of Oz", which was pulled by the “horse of a different color.” The Museum is designed with all ages in mind. Come, enjoy, and step back in time. After all “there is no place like home.”
The Mission of the Judy Garland Museum ® is: To engage people in exploring the life and times of Judy Garland. The Museum encourages visitors to learn about this great 20th Century artist through educational exhibits, publications, and special events.
To honor the talent and legacy of America’s Treasure, Judy Garland.
The summer of 2019, there will be two special festivals taking place at the Judy Garland Museum and Children's Discovery Museum.
Saturday, June 8, 2019 - LAND OF OZ KIDS' ACTIVITIES
This two day event will include numerous activities for children, including a youth stage performance of "The Wizard of Oz" at the Reif Center.
Thursday, June 20th - Saturday, June 22nd - THE JUDY GARLAND FESTIVAL
This year, The Judy Garland Festival will be a fan club arranged and supported event. Included are: a jazz concert, a talk with film footage by award winning Wizard of Oz and Garland historian John Fricke and "From Gershwin to Garland," a multi-media program to be presented at the Reif Performing Arts Center by renowned pianist, Richard Glazier, and vocalist, Joan Ellison.
TICKETS GO ON SALE APRIL 1st!
Please Google our Judy Garland Letter from Home for more information.