If you have any interest in photography or photographic art - this museum is an absolute must. Visit the home of the founder of Kodak. The mansion is nicely restored with many original pieces of furniture that were original to the house. See top notch photographic art exhibits. Check the website for movies showing at the Dryden Theater whch is connected to the mansion and museum. At times they will play original format films - even silent films circa 1900 which have a piano player playing live music throughout the film - as you would have orginially "heard" with the silent film - very unique. They also screen newer films (none in current release howerver). Many of the films are introduced by museum staff members or film students, giving very interesting insight into the classic film that is then screened. A real gem! Musem is very close by to many restuarants (by car). The museum also has a small cafe serving limited sandwiches, soups and beverages and ice cream. There is also a smal bookstore/giftshop adjacent to the cafe.
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