When my father worked for Kodak, I visited this attraction fairly often during my childhood. If one's into photography and the film industry, it offers excellent exhibits are programs related to the evolution of photography.
The house is another example of how the self-made American millionaires of the late 1800's and early 1900's lived. Sad to think that Mr. Eastman was actually a lonely man in the midst of great wealth.
The site is well-maintained and located on Rochester's East Avenue, which has retained many more millionaire's homes that Cleveland's Millionaires' Row on Euclid Avenue. Probably not a site that younger visitors would enjoy, but, if your in Rochester, it's worth a visit.
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