Visit the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa as it not only celebrates a great Oklahoman, but this is a special year for the museum. “This Land is Your Land” has turned 80 years old. The Museum preserves Woody’s body of work to present and share it with the public. Also serving as a resource, Woody’s music is shared with visitors, along with special messages and of course, some Oklahoma history. Guthrie was more than a musician, but he was an advocate for social justice, equality and diversity. And you can see how his ability to express a viewpoint through art at the Woody Guthrie Center.