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What a great experience this was. To visit the Crystal Palace was something I had wanted to do for a very long time. Having seen Buck Owens live in Liverpool way back in 1969 I had wanted to visit Bakersfield to see where Buck lived...More
Nice venue Very nice atmosphere great place to see a concert up close and personal only downside is in my opinion I think the drinks and the beers are a little pricey but really not a bad seat in the house in the country music...More
We were meeting some friends from Visalia and they suggested this place to us. The Place was very easy to find and as expected was of a western cowboy theme. The entrance was a little mysterious to us because there were lots of exterior doors....More
A group of us went on a Tuesday night and had a great time. Live music with some old timers included in the band - loved the steel guitar! Food is pricey for what you get... understandable considering that the band has to make a...More
I dined here while Buck was still alive, but never attended just a concert. My understanding from others is that the food has gone down hill, but I have no first hand knowledge as we did not eat on this occasion. The "museum" which surrounds...More
Love Buck Owens music and wanted to see the memorabilia.
We could only get in on Sunday for brunch. The website said the were open till 5pm. We called to make a reservation for 1:30. The lady said they close a 1pm.
So we go...More
First is the atmosphere. You need hours to just see all the memorabilia on the walls and displays. So much country music history.
We were there on a Friday night and the (Buck Owens) Buckaroos played old country. Then the band Stampede came on. WOW...More
The museum is really just glass cases with memorabilia enclosed. The glass cases surround the interior of the combination restaurant/music venue. If you really want to look at everything it takes about an hour. It’s really... More
The museum is really just glass cases with memorabilia enclosed. The glass cases surround the interior of the combination restaurant/music venue. If you really want to look at everything it takes about an hour. It’s really cool stuff from Bucks career. And the food at the restaurant is really good!