We are OPEN! Walk-ins Welcome.
Roberson Museum and Science Center is a space to let your mind wonder! Enjoy 3 floors of galleries and halls dedicated to art, history, and science exhibitions.
We are located at 30 Front Street, Binghamton, NY
- Members — Free. Click here for membership information
- Children (4 & under, with adult) — Free
- Military — $6.00
- Students & Seniors (62 and up) — $6.00
- Adults — $8.00
- Pay It Forward
- $2 off admission for up to four people with a membership to Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, Discovery Center, Kopernik Observatory, or Phelps Mansion
Roberson offers discounted admission for groups of 10 or more and we also offer guided group educational tours. To learn more or to schedule your group visit, please contact us
Roberson Museum and Mansion are wheelchair accessible. Two wheelchairs are available at the front entrance for visitor use. Handicap parking is available near the entrance with wheelchair-accessible ramps.
Hours of Operation
Museum & Mansion
Wednesday: 12PM – 5PM
Thursday: 12PM – 5PM
Friday: 12PM – 9PM
Saturday: 12PM – 5PM
Sunday: 12PM – 5PM
*Roberson Museum & Science Center is closed on Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, Closed after 5PM on Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve; Closed Christmas Day & New Year’s Day
Roberson’s Digital Planetarium Shows
Saturdays: 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 3:00PM
Sundays: 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 3:00PM
*Planetarium Show Cost: Museum admission plus $4.00 (Members free with membership card)
COVID-19 Safety Precautions
- All visitors over the age of five while indoors are required to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth while at the Museum.
- Plexiglass panels are installed at the admissions desk and gift shop checkout.
- Limited on-site contact by offering cashless payment options.
- Frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces is conducted throughout the day. Hand-sanitizer units are stationed throughout the museum.
- Enhanced ventilation, doubling the Museum’s air exchange to be set at 20 per hour.
Address: 30 Front Street, Binghamton, NY 13905
Buses: 15 stops at Front Street outside of Roberson & 35 stops on Main street near Front
From the North via 1-81 via I-88
From the South via I-81
From the East via NY 17 (I-86)
From the West via NY 17 (I-86)
AAM was founded in 1906, but did not start the accreditation program until 1971, so Roberson was among the first to have received the coveted designation. AAM accredited museums rank in the top 3 percent of all the museums in the United States.