AAA Editor Notes
The Bundy Museum of History & Art, 129 Main St., is a restored 1892 Queen Anne Victorian mansion which contains stained glass windows, hand-painted ceilings and original woodwork. Guided tours show how Harlow E. Bundy, the founder of the company that eventually became IBM, and his family, lived in the 1890s.
The museum's permanent exhibits feature African artifacts, time-recording clocks in a life-sized re-creation of the Bundy Manufacturing Company’s 1893 World’s Fair Booth and the Southern Tier Broadcasters Hall of Fame. A restored 1940s barber shop is on the premises.
Guided tours are available.