A world of art, photography, history, science, nature and play!

Rochester is filled with museums that appeal to a wide range of visitors and experiences. 

From exploring the largest collection of toys, dolls and games in the world at The Strong National Museum of Play, to visiting the oldest photography museum in the world at the George Eastman Museum, to stepping back in time at the largest living history museum in New York State at Genesee Country Village and Museum, standing in the exact place where suffragist Susan B. Anthony was arrested for voting in 1872 at the National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House, learning about science, history and more at the immersive Rochester Museum & Science Center, or roaming through over 5,000 years of art history at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester museums offer something for everyone. 

Explore these museums and many more during your visit to Rochester.