For a preview of our Permanent & Rotating Exhibits, click on any link below:
- Timeclock Collection: “It’s About Time! Bundy Time Recorders at the World’s Columbian Exposition. This permanent exhibit showcases the museum’s collection of time-recording clocks in a life-sized recreation of the Bundy Manufacturing Company’s 1893 World’s Fair Booth. An illustrated timeline follows the growth of the company up to the inception of IBM.
- Southern Tier Broadcasters Hall of Fame: Honoring the pioneers of broadcasting, including names like Rod Serling, Richard Deacon, Ralph Carroll and Bill Parker.
- African Gallery: Featuring an extensive collection of antique ancestral and ceremonial African artifacts.
- Barbershop Exhibit: A complete Barbershop that originally stood two blocks away from the IBM factory in Endicott.
- Rod Serling Archive — Rare and one-of-a-kind pieces, original wire images, TV and film props, memboribila and personal items
Current Rotating Exhibits
- All dressed up and nowhere to go…..but Binghamton – (2nd floor) —
- Color In Movement: A Collection of Non Representational art by Kathleen Yonkin – (3rd floor)
Past Exhibits at the Bundy:
- Johnny Hart Exhibit: A collection of Pre BC illustrations, comic strips, photographs and artwork
by Johnny Hart presented by The Hart Family
- Sultana Exhibit: Remembering America’s worst Maritime disaster. On April 27, 1865, the steamboat Sultana exploded just north of Memphis, TN.
- Golden Age of Media Exhibit: The exhibit featured a comprehensive collection of media artifacts dating back to the early days of broadcasting.
- Behind the Facade — The Art of Scenery at the Tri-cities Opera
- Rooted in Laughter– A stand-up retrospective of the history of stand-up comedy. 12 local artists honoring the most influential comedians
- Stealing Scenes…..The Illustrator’s Look at Shakespeare — Last year, when the world celebrated the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s birth, a group of regional illustrators and artists decided to pay homage by using passages from Shakespeare as their inspiration.
- Currier and Ives: Often Imitated, Never Duplicated - An exhibition of pieces from America ‘s most reproduced print makers —
- Honoring our Past: A selection of commemorative certificates and documents from our archives, honoring local heroes and events.