Susan B. Anthony House

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For 40 years, the Susan B. Anthony House in Rochester, New York was Susan B. Anthony's home. She was a national figure in the women's rights movement who was arrested in the front parlor after she attempted voting in the 1872 presidential election. The house was purchased for use as a memorial in 1945 and in 1965 was declared a National Historic Landmark..The museum is open to the public for tours and programs from 11-5 Tuesday through Sunday (except on major holidays).