World's oldest museum of photography and one of the largest motion picture archives.
The grounds can be as impressive as the rooms here. Expect to spend some time here, especially in the galleries.
Student discount on admissions tickets and technicolor exhibit is going on until the end of April 2015!
One of my favorite places in the New York area. Beautiful home and beautiful history.
Check out the museum of photography as well.
Great museum with awesome gardens. Lots of history of Rochester here.
Quie interesting - wish we had more time for this. Houses the original prints from Wizard of Oz!
Thank you George Eastman for a wonderful career at your company.
Take the tour if you have time. Very interesting insight into the man and the house
One of the most awe inspiring places I have ever been...George was an icon
John and Justin Young give an excellent tour!
It's the most wonderful time of the year...Gingerbread, Trees and the holiday spirit at the big house!
Ask guides to demonstrate the player organ - awesome pipes!
Lost Birds, The Carolina Parakeet, The Labrador Duck, The Heath Hen, The Passenger Pigeon and the Great Auk all here throughout the Gardens...find them all!
Another must see in Rochester... the world's oldest photography museum and one of the oldest film archives in the world.
beautifully curated photo exhibition
Gingerbread exhibit is fun!
Open the safe upstairs. You never know what u will find. Directions are on the door.
The gift shop in Mr. Eastman's mansion abode has a classic feel, with a well-chosen selection of DVDs, books and photo prints.
Most comprehensive collection of Lewis Hine photography and historical data in the world.
The Eastman House is closed on Mondays.
The changing exhibits make ti a place you should visit several times a year-so become a member! You'll get discounts on the movies too.
Great exhibit if Rock n Roll photos
This Museum was home to George Eastman. It’s the world’s oldest photography museum & one of the world’s oldest film archives which was opened to the public in 1949.
Love the Colorama exhibit; the Jim Pond photo of the family in the convertible designates the beginning of American family dysfunction.
Definitely an interesting spot to get some history behind the founder of so many successful and inspiring institutions in Rochester, NY! Amazing architecture.
rochester international movie festival! always entertaining!
archives are awesome!
If you become a member you can go on the upstairs downstairs tour & see things not open to the public. They have great photo exhibits & movies in the Dryden Theatre too.