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Tour the restored 1892 Queen Anne home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Learn about the history of the Bundy Manufacturing Company and how it evolved into IBM. Exhibits include a local art gallery, time clock history exhibit, the...more
Great place to see art and history in one spot. The tour guide was great. Well knowledgeable about the history of the house. This includes a few houses and can see brilliant pieces of art. Was tempted to buy one.
Janna R, Guest Relations Manager at Bundy Museum of History and Art, responded to this reviewResponded September 14, 2018
Thank you for your visit, and for taking the time to write this lovely review! If you find yourself thinking about that special piece of art and decide to make it yours, just give us a call and we’ll mark it “sold!” :)
We visited in June with two friends who used to work for IBM but were unaware of the history of the company and how it all got started in Binghamton. Thorough and fascinating tour of the lovely house and exhibits. Rod Serling Twilight Zone display...More
Thank Melissa B
Janna R, General Manager at Bundy Museum of History and Art, responded to this reviewResponded June 21, 2018
Thank you for your visit, Melissa, and the cudos to our wonderful volunteers! Your feedback is much appreciated.
Every time I go to the Bundy I find something new. It is the most eclectic museum I have ever visited. It is sooo beautiful with it's original woodwork details. I love the Rod Serling display, which allows me to peruse old props and look...More
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Janna R, Director of Development at Bundy Museum of History and Art, responded to this reviewResponded May 30, 2018
Thank you for visiting, and for your thoughtful review, Lisa! We're happy that you enjoy all that the museum offers; it is truly a special place.
Budy's is an interesting little museum, fascinating for Binghamton history. If you can get a personal guided tour, go for it! They offer free First Friday nights, and are worth a visit any time. I hope they grow and thrive-- they are a wonderful addition...More
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Janna R, Public Relations Manager at Bundy Museum of History and Art, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2018
Thanks for your visit, Liz! It's people like you who take the time to leave such thoughtful reviews that help the Bundy get a little more attention :) Thank you!
The house, built about 1890s, is now a museum of the times. Very beautiful and interesting and a guide will help you with the facts. There is a lot to see and it is all worth the time to experience this. Built by the man...More
I visited this little historic house today and was very excited by it! It is a little gem! The outside of the house is unique. Getting into the front door, the great wood trimming is beautiful! The wall paper is not made of paper. It...More
The old house is beautifully furnished, and a guided tour gives you a great history of the place and its original owner, as well as of the neat display of time punch machines,which in themselves are works of art.In the ballroom they sometimes have art...More
This is a nicely restored museum in the Westside of Binghamton. The first owner, Barlow E. Bundy, founded the precursor of International Business Machine. The small house provides a glimpse of the Bundy family in the 1890s. A mist-go in Binghamton.
We took a tour of house and museum and enjoyed hearing the history from two young men who volunteered their time. The annex was a pleasant surprise with all the original time recorders, Rod Serling memorabilia, and the barber shop recreation. It's places like these...More