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Roberson Museum and Science Center

Binghamton, New York


Roberson Museum and Science Center is a cultural hub of activities and events, serving the greater Binghamton community. Our mission remains to engage and educate a diverse population by providing regionally significant exhibitions and programs in art, history, and science.

Open to the public since 1954, Roberson is an educational destination with a stunning array of engaging exhibits, community events, a planetarium, and a historic mansion.

Cummings Center for the History of Psychology

Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society

Williamson, New York


The Williamson-Pultneyville Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit all-volunteer organization. Located in the historic district in the hamlet of Pultneyville, New York, the Society owns and manages three properties; The W-PHS house at 4130 Mill Street, Historic Gates Hall at 4107 Lake Road and Centennial Park in the center of

Akron, Ohio


The Cummings Center is home to the National Museum of Psychology and the Institute for Human Science and Culture. Through interactive exhibits, unique artifacts, and original artwork, visitors are invited to explore our shared humanity.

The National Museum of Psychology features both permanent and rotating exhibits on psychology’s history as a profession, a science, and an agent of social change. Highlights include the home movies of Sigmund Freud, the simulated shock generator from Stanley Milgram’s obedience studies, and more.

the hamlet. The Society house features both permanent and revolving exhibits and extensive archives and is open to the public weekends mid-June through mid-October and by special appointment November-May. Gates Hall proudly bears the distinction as the oldest, continuously active small community theatre in the United States, residing on both the State and National Registers of Historic Places.