National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House is a national historic landmark, located in Rochester, New York. Susan B. Anthony was an inspirational leader and a dedicated woman, who fought for the civil rights and the women's right to vote in the US. The house was built in 1866 and was used as permanent residence by Susan B. Anthony for forty years. Today the house is a learning center and museum, open to public tours year-round, Tuesday through Sunday. The museum shares artifacts and research material related to Susan B. and her life, learn more about her struggle, achievements and personal life by taking a guided tour.
Things to Do
- Take the informative and inspirational decent led tour of the house and the exhibit, "Susan B. Anthony, American Hero".
- The exhibit shares many highlights of her life, learn about her trial when she got arrested for voting in 1872.
- Susan B. Anthony had two historic trademarks, her red shawl and her alligator purse, visitors can purchase the limited edition purse from the gift shop.
- Group tours of the house and the museum are offered with a delicious tea or lunch.
- The museum shop showcases very interesting merchandise, including Ms. Anthony Alligator purse, apparel, scarves, gift items and souvenirs.
- Spot a Susan B. Anthony statue in a small park nearby.
National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House Insider Tips
- On-street parking is available.