The Bundy Museum of History and Art features changing exhibits of history and local art, a vintage barber shop exhibit, Bundy time clock exhibit telling the forgotten story of the origins of I.B.M., Rod Serling archive exhibit, and more, all surrounded by the Victorian grandeur of the National Register listed Harlow E. Bundy house. The museum also operates Binghamton Photo Community Darkroom and Photography Gallery and WBDY-LP 99.5 FM community radio. The Bundy Museum is a proud participant in Binghamton's First Friday Art Walk. Guided house tours and ala carte gallery tours are available Tuesday through Saturday, 11 – 5.
Mission statement: The Bundy Museum of History and Art was established to educate and entertain the public about the history and art of Broome County; to collect, preserve, and make available to the public a collection of Bundy Manufacturing Company related artifacts; to preserve and make available to the public the historic Harlow E. Bundy house; to establish and maintain an historical research collection and archives; to promote and support original research and scholarship in art and history; to sponsor and organize artistic, historical, and cultural activities, programs, exhibits, and events for the public; and to issue publications in any format.