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Susan B. Anthony House, Rochester

Categories: Historic Sites, Specialty Museums, Museums, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
The Susan B. Anthony Museum & House is a learning center that shares the story of Susan B. Anthony's life and work through tours and programs at the modest home in the heart of Rochester, NY, that was the home base for the great reformer for 40 years and through an online presence. Now a National Historic Landmark, the House was the headquarters of the National American Woman Suffrage Association when Anthony was president. Susan B. Anthony was arrested here for voting in 1872, and she died in her room in this house in 1906. Docents share the story of her courage and perseverance through tours from 11-5 every day but Monday and major holidays.
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  • I went here with two of my daughters and a nine-year-old granddaughter on a recent visit to upstate New York and the Rochester area. What a delightful visit we had! My granddaughter loved hearing all ...  read more »
  • We had a nice visit at this museum with a good tour of the house with a lady that had lots of stories about Ms. Anthony. 
  • From modest beginnings....Our tour guide was a retired history teacher and was passionate (as were other staff members we met) about her subject - Susan B. Anthony, her family, and her times. Much car...  read more »
  • Very nice tour of Susan B. Anthony's home! Wonderful tour guide that informed me of many things I did not know about the suffragist movement.
  • One of the hightlights of my Rochester trip. Typical admission fee of $15 gets you admission to the house and a tour by one of the docents. They are friendly and very knowledgable. The house is not conpletely restored so sone rooms are.closed off to the public. Be aware they are closed on Mondays as most museums in the area. A parking lot is on property next to the visitor center.
  • Very knowledgeable staff, passionate about the history of Sue B.
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  • It's awesome and the time is 5:00am
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