It was a bit crowded because there was a gingerbread house display going on, but apart from that the rest of the museum was really enjoyable. The first part is more traditional museum exhibitions with photography and a movie exhibit, then the second part is Eastman’s home and more information about his life. The home part was gorgeous and the exhibits were really interesting. There was a really information movie at the end that we watched beginning to end. Altogether we were there for a little over 2 hours. The parking lot was complete full and kind of overflowing with cars when we left, so I’d recommend going early on a weekend so you don’t have to worry about finding a parking spot.
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