This is the home
of one of the
world’s greatest
revolutionaries.

Welcome!

The Anthony Museum has reopened to public tours with admission by online reservations only.


The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House in Rochester, New York was the home of the legendary American civil rights leader, and the site of her famous arrest for voting in 1872. This home was the headquarters of the National American Woman Suffrage Association when she was its president. This is also where she died in 1906 at age 86, following her “Failure is Impossible” speech in Baltimore.

We invite you to tour our website to learn more about this great reformer and the many programs we offer to inspire others to change the world for the better. Visit the Photo Gallery, browse our Museum Shop, and learn about our ever-expanding programs.

And, if you happen to be in Rochester, NY, we invite you to come to 17 Madison Street. It’s an incredible and inspiring story that you won’t want to miss!

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In Memory of George Floyd

by Deborah L. Hughes, President & CEO, National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House

“Whatever faults and failings other nations may have in their dealings with their own subjects or with other people, no other civilized nation stands condemned before the world with a series of crimes so peculiarly national,” wrote journalist Ida B. Wells-Barnett in The Red Record: Tabulated Statistics and Alleged Causes of Lynching in the Unites State, 1895.

The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House stands in solidarity with those from the past, like Ida B. Wells-Barnett, and those from the present who have called out our nation’s long-standing hypocrisy of waving the banners of “freedom” and “justice for all” while brutally extinguishing life and liberty through our “justice system”” for others, like George Floyd.

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