The Susan B. Anthony House is a National Historic Landmark. It is a fully furnished Victorian home, and was the residence of Anthony for 40 years. It is also the site where she was arrested in 1872 for voting.
The Srong Museum is a family oriented attraction celebrating playing, learning, creativity and discovery. The museum is home to the National Toy Hall of Fame, celebrating some of the most popular toys ever made. A variety of exhibits are featured including Sesame Street, Arthur's World, the Time Lab and more.
The George Eastman House is the historic home of Kodak founder George Eastman. In addition to the house, there are also outdoor gardens. The house features an extensive museum on film and photography.