Most interesting museum to visit in the Finger Lakes
The Finger Lakes has a rich cultural and scientific history that is detailed in several museums in the area. With the Finger Lakes covering such a large geographical area it is hard to see everything, so here are some suggestions from the area's top innkeepers.
Rockwell Museum of Western Art - While in Corning visiting the Corning Glass Museum we both enjoy a visit to the Rockwell Museum with all the Frederic Remington bronzes and the amazing western art it makes it hard to remember you are in the East. ~ Glenda Nash - Gentle Giants Bed and Breakfast
The Museum of the Earth - The physical history of the Finger Lakes origins comes dramatically to life in this museum. It contains many specimens from the Paleontological Research Institution vast collection. Interesting and quite unique. Located South of Trumansburg on Rt 96. ~ Steve & Kathy Wirt - Wine Country Cabins B&B
Women's Rights National Historical Park - This is the birthplace of women's rights where the first convention was held in 1848 calling for immediate access to the same rights and privileges granted to other U.S. citizens. What is most fascinating is that this convention took place in Seneca Falls--not Boston or New York City or Philadelphia where you would expect such progressive thinking. Located in Seneca Falls. ~ Donna Cunningham - Yale Manor Bed and Breakfast
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