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The Strong Museum Admission

The Strong Museum Admission - Rochester, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Rochester, United States

From USD
$16.00

Discover a world of fun at the Strong National Museum of Play, a hands-on history center for children and families in Rochester, New York. The museum is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play. With 100,000 square feet of dynamic, interactive exhibit space, 'the Strong' provides educational, entertaining, and unforgettable family fun ... More info ›

Discover a world of fun at the Strong National Museum of Play, a hands-on history center for children and families in Rochester, New York. The museum is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play. With 100,000 square feet of dynamic, interactive exhibit space, 'the Strong' provides educational, entertaining, and unforgettable family fun. Come see why it has earned TripAdvisor’s highest rating and why it’s consistently included in the top 10 lists of best museums not only in the US, but the entire world.

Visit: The Strong National Museum of Play, Rochester, Finger Lakes, New York

Well known as the nation’s museum of play, 'the Strong' explores the ways in which play encourages learning, creativity, and discovery, and illuminates cultural history. Inside, discover the National Toy Hall of Fame, the World Video Game Hall of Fame, and the world's largest collection of toys, games, and dolls.
Stay for a few hours or an entire day. Check out the museum events, food court, shop, carousel, and the following permanent exhibits:
America at Play — Explore how play illuminates American cultural history through artifact cases and timelines. See rare objects on view only at 'the Strong.'
American Comic Book Heroes: The Battle of Good vs. Evil — Discover Superman, Iron Man, and others in an exhibit that explores the history of superhero comic books in America.
The Berenstain Bears: Down a Sunny Dirt Road — Enter the world of the Berenstain Bears, including Main Street, Farmer Ben’s Farm, and Brother and Sister Bear’s Club Houses.
Build, Drive, Go (Opens December 6) — Design a race track, build skyscrapers, work at a construction site, and more.
Can You Tell Me How to Get to Sesame Street? — Go hands-on with the activities seen on television.
Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden — Experience 800 free-flying North American and tropical butterflies. (USD $5 additional, 20-minutes)
eGameRevolution — Enter a video arcade with operating, historic video games. Play PC and console games, Giant Tetris, Pac-Man Battle Royale, and more.
Field of Play — Walk through a giant kaleidoscope, 'drive' a drag racer, climb a rock wall, and more.
Game Time! — Move like a piece on a giant game board through three centuries of American games, puzzles, and public amusements.
Monopoly: An American Icon — Discover the surprising story of one of America’s favorite games in this display of rare and historic versions of Monopoly.
Play Pals — Play house, heal a teddy bear, and save the world. Play Pals traces the evolution of dolls, action figures, toy soldiers, and plush animals through three centuries of American history.
Reading Adventureland — Follow the Yellow Brick Road into five literary landscapes: Adventure Island, Mystery Mansion, Fairy Tale Forest, the Upside-Down Nonsense House, and the Wizard’s Workshop.
Toy Halls of Fame — Go hands-on with the toys beloved by generations in this state-of-the-art exhibit featuring National Toy Hall of Fame and Toy Industry Hall of Fame inductees.
Wegmans Super Kids Market — Cruise the aisles, work the cash register, and role play at the kid-sized Market Cafe.

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George Eastman Museum Admission

George Eastman Museum Admission - Rochester, United States

Duration: 1 to 5 hours
Location: Rochester, United States

From USD
$15.00

Enter the world of photography and film! George Eastman Museum is one of the world’s foremost collections of photography and cinema and the historic estate of George Eastman, the pioneer of popular photography and motion picture film. The museum’s robust exhibition schedule features contemporary and historic photography as well as moving image art ... More info ›

Enter the world of photography and film! George Eastman Museum is one of the world’s foremost collections of photography and cinema and the historic estate of George Eastman, the pioneer of popular photography and motion picture film. The museum’s robust exhibition schedule features contemporary and historic photography as well as moving image art. The National Historic Landmark mansion and gardens tell the story of how this visionary entrepreneur and philanthropist lived for almost thirty years during the early twentieth century.

Visit: George Eastman Museum, Rochester, Finger Lakes, New York

The George Eastman Museum is located in Rochester, New York, on the estate of George Eastman, the pioneer of popular photography and motion picture film. Founded in 1947 as an independent nonprofit institution, it is the world’s oldest photography museum and one of the oldest film archives. The museum holds unparalleled collections—encompassing several million objects—in the fields of photography, cinema, and photographic and cinematographic technology, and photographically illustrated books. The institution is also a longtime leader in film preservation and photographic conservation.

The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sundays, 11am-5pm. The mansion and gardens may be visited self-guided or through a docent-guided tour, which is included with museum admission. Mansion tours are offered Tuesday-Saturday, 10:30am and 2pm and Sundays at 2pm. Garden tours (May-September) are offered Tuesday-Friday at noon and Saturday-Sunday at noon and 3:30pm.

The museum's exhibitions change frequently. Gallery tours are offered daily at 1pm. A hands-on Discovery Room for children is located on the second floor of the mansion.

There is always something new and different to engage, educate, or entertain you at the Eastman Museum.

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Genesee Country Village and Museum VIP Experience

Genesee Country Village and Museum VIP Experience - Rochester, United States

Duration: 2 to 4 hours
Location: Rochester, United States

From USD
$71.00

Take a step behind the scenes during this VIP tour at The Genesee Country Village and Museum, the largest living history museum in New York State and third-largest in the United States!   Receive exclusive access beyond the barriers to some of our iconic houses, and reach the top of the Octagon house where the view of the whole village is breathtaking!  A complimentary lunch at either of our 2 (two) restaurants as well as a pint of our 19th-century beer, a glass of wine, or our Flint and Steel Hard Cider are also included in this experience.  At any point throughout your visit, be sure to stop by the Tin Smith and try your hand at making your own pierced tin ornament to take home with you!   On your way out you will find a sweet treat waiting for you at the gift shop.  This offer also includes 15% off in both of our gift shops.  Be sure to continue to explore our 68 historic buildings after your VIP tour!  

Your period-dressed, knowledgeable guide will take you into iconic historic buildings to see the areas of these houses that the public is not allowed to explore.  The tour will last about 1 hour, and is a walking tour. From there you are welcome to have lunch at any of our 2 (two) restaurants which is included in your ticket, as well as a complimentary glass of our 19th Century Authentic Beer, our hard Cider or a glass of wine ... More info ›

Take a step behind the scenes during this VIP tour at The Genesee Country Village and Museum, the largest living history museum in New York State and third-largest in the United States!   Receive exclusive access beyond the barriers to some of our iconic houses, and reach the top of the Octagon house where the view of the whole village is breathtaking!  A complimentary lunch at either of our 2 (two) restaurants as well as a pint of our 19th-century beer, a glass of wine, or our Flint and Steel Hard Cider are also included in this experience.  At any point throughout your visit, be sure to stop by the Tin Smith and try your hand at making your own pierced tin ornament to take home with you!   On your way out you will find a sweet treat waiting for you at the gift shop.  This offer also includes 15% off in both of our gift shops.  Be sure to continue to explore our 68 historic buildings after your VIP tour!  

Your period-dressed, knowledgeable guide will take you into iconic historic buildings to see the areas of these houses that the public is not allowed to explore.  The tour will last about 1 hour, and is a walking tour. From there you are welcome to have lunch at any of our 2 (two) restaurants which is included in your ticket, as well as a complimentary glass of our 19th Century Authentic Beer, our hard Cider or a glass of wine. Continue your experience by going to see the Tin Smith who will have a fun project waiting for you - one that you can take home with you!  You can spend as much time as you'd like exploring our 68 historic buildings, but will want to be sure to stop by the Gift Shop to receive your free sweet treat, and take advantage of that 15% off discount!

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