The Bundy Museum of History and Art
129 Main Street, Binghamton, NY 13905 - United States
The Bundy Museum features local history in guided tours of the National Register listed Harlow E. Bundy House, highlighting the history of the Bundy Manufacturing Company, later to become I.B.M. The museum celebrates local art in 3 art galleries and the area's only community darkroom space; local celebrity Rod Serling with an exhibit and media room; and local culture with film, music, dramatic performances, and lectures in the Annex theater and on its community radio station, WBDY-LP 99.5 FM. Admission is $5 for students and seniors, $7 for all other adults, and children get in free.
During the month of September, in addition to guided tours of the Bundy House, and permanent exhibits "It's About Time: The Bundy Mfg. Co." and the Rod Serling exhibit, the Bundy Museum is featuring "Revisited & Renewed: Art of Angela Cook" and, "To Live for the Revolution: A History of Organizing in Binghamton" photography by Kojo Senoo. For Museum Day, tours will highlight the musical pursuits of Bruce Bundy, son of business magnate Harlow Bundy, during World War I.
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