Rochester Historical Society re-opens their museum in the Rundel building in downtown Rochester on Feb. 16th. Formerly the Society had been located in “Woodside,” their home on East Avenue. Woodside was sold in 2008 and the Society has been setting up space for their vast museum collection in the Rochester Public Library’s Rundel building. There is a good article on the Democrat & Chronicle website about the collection and a couple of pictures.
Admission price will be $3 ($5 for families or for archive use). They are open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday.