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I was able to connect with Roy Orbison Museum volunteer guide Barbara on the phone a few days before the trip. We scheduled at time to visit during spring break. Upon arriving to the museum and calling her, she arrived promptly. She was extremely friendly...More
As a Roy Orbison fan this was amazing to see, we all enjoyed every minute of it.
A small museum with a lot of information, we would prefer this over a huge building.
Thank you to the ladies in the town hall for making the...More
Must call for an appointment to get in. Very small local Roy Orbison museum (he attended school in Wink). Roy first started playing for local school functions and dances in this West Texas area. Museum has mostly pictures, news items from the past. Few Orbison...More
My husband really wanted to see this because he is a big fan of Roy Orbison. Unfortunately, you can only go by appointment. There are 4 volunteers in the a.m. and 4 in the afternoon. We wanted to go at 10:00 a.m. the next day...More
The museum was great, a fantastic experience for any Roy Orbison fan. Thank you to Edith and Betty for taking the time to open the museum for us and provide a wealth of knowledge on Roy and his childhood town! Will hopefully come back for...More
My trip west in Texas was a mini-“pilgrimage” to visit the Roy Orbison Museum in Wink (as well as the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock).
While traveling state highway 115, you could easily miss Wink if you blink! While its population is now only some...More
This is a a small intimate museum to a BIG MAN with a unique voice. The premises are not permanently staffed. Telephone numbers are displayed on the door for you to call out a curator. If you are from ouside the US call in at...More
We visited the Roy Orbison Museum in Wink, TX over the weekend. It is a very understated tribute to a man with an incredible voice that produced wonderful music that has been enjoyed
by millions. The museum is a tribute by his hometown (where he...More
In September 2012 we visited Wink, just for the museum of Roy Orbison. We knew about it because of a Dutch television program 15 years ago (we still remembered because we love the songs of Roy), so when we were in west-Texas, we drove to...More