This is a beautiful museum and very informative for anyone interested in photography. Highly recommended!
About George Eastman Museum
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We enjoyed the visit. The home is very well decorated and furnished. The museum exhibit of photography was not particularly great, but the home is worth the visit. The home has a pipe organ, two theater rooms, main and west gardens, safe, trophy room, etc....More
The George Eastman Museum is more of a film and photography restoration and storage museum than a museum of the Kodak Company, photography and film. George Eastman's Mansion is the main tour able part of the museum. The house is beautifully decorated although a touch...More
The inventor of Kodak cameras, George Eastman, had no heirs, so he left his home and collections to the Univ of Rochester, which eventually turned it over to the State. It has been very well kept up, with many of his original cameras exhibited (as...More
Enjoyed learning about the evolution of the Kodak, history of photography and George Eastman and visiting his house. Senior discount available. Well worth a visit!
The museum is a special place and should be on the top 5 list of must sees for any visitor to Rochester or perhaps residents who have not been able to get there yet. The Eastman Museum includes the history of George Eastman himself, his...More
Spend a half day touring the George Eastman Museum. It was fascinating to learn about the man who started the Kodak business and contributed so much to Rochester. The house/mansion restoration was well done. The guide was knowledgeable and helpful. I recommend this visit.
Not only a mecca for photographers, George Eastman Museum is a fascinating look back into history and architecture. The guided tour is worth scheduling around, as they give all kinds of fun information that you would not know on your own. Check out a movie...More
Had an evening "thank you" for my staff there. EXCELLENT venue for an informative evening out. Cocktails and carving stations were set up in the atrium in the new addition to the home and George Eastman's mansion was open for tours. Everyone had a great...More
Maureen O'Connor, who is a docent at the museum, is the best tour guide I have ever had anywhere. Her enthusiasm and extensive knowledge made this beautiful home come to life for me.