Kodak Visitor Center Opens in Rochester, New York

Kodak Visitor Center

Photo: © Eastman Kodak Company

This week, Kodak announced the Kodak Visitor Center in Rochester, New York. This physical location was created to ‘celebrate Kodak’s far-reaching impact on science, technology, culture and the accomplishments of its employees – past and present‘.

  • Learn about Kodak’s history through interactive exhibits, historical artifacts, and fun events

  • Visit the Ugly Duck Café & Retail Store for shopping and snacks/drinks

  • Opens with the temporary “Lost Coloramas” exhibit featuring a treasure trove of never-before-seen photographs taken by Neil Montanus throughout his exciting career at Kodak.

Kodak’s Impact

There is no doubt that Kodak is one of the most iconic and well-known brands in the world, making an impact on more than just photography. The Visitor Center celebrates the brand’s history and helps you learn more about the company.

Watch this video from Matt Stoffel, head of digital development and strategy at Kodak, showing the Kodak Visitor Center opening!


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James Montanus, the son of legendary Kodak photographer Neil Montanus, shares how his father was honored at the Kodak Center:

Further reporting from WHAM of Rochester, NY shows local and government support for the visitor center, with additional photos of the new venue.

Location & Hours of Operation

The Kodak Center is located at 200 W. Ridge Road, Rochester, NY 14615. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

For more information on accessibility, policies, and other specifics you can view all Venue Information here. You an also contact the Kodak Center by phone at: 585-254-0181

Read next: Kodak Ektachrome is Back!

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