A recent episode of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum filmed at The Strong features Vice President for Collections Chris Bensch and the origin story of the Edison Talking Doll.
The Rochester Business Journal names The Strong's Trudy Quartley, vice president for finance and facilities, as a finalist for Financial Executive of the Year.
Nancy Silberkleit (second from left), co-CEO of Archie Comic Publications, tours The Strong's collections with musem staff.
The Strong’s World Video Game Hall of Fame names the 12 finalists for 2019: Candy Crush, Centipede, Colossal Cave Adventure, Dance Dance Revolution, Half-Life, Microsoft Windows Solitaire, Mortal Kombat, Myst, NBA 2K, Sid Meier’s Civilization, Super Mario Kart, and Super Smash Bros. Melee.
The Strong and Google Arts & Culture launch the online exhibit Early Home Video Game History: Making Television Play to explore the rise of home video gaming.
Ed Fries (third from left), one of the creators of the Microsoft Xbox, and his son, Xander (second from right), tour The Strong's video game collections with musuem staff.
Fellowship recipient Marina Fontolan from the University of Campinas, Brazil, visits The Strong to study the history of the United States video game industry.
Aaron Newman, a member of The Strong’s Board of Trustees, donates $100,000 to further the growth of the museum’s International Center for the History of Electronic Games.
The Strong announces the 20 for 20 Book Challenge in honor of the 20th anniversary of the museum's Grada Hopeman Gelser Library.
Mommy Nearest names The Strong one of the top 20 best family museums in the United States.
Museum leaders from Slovenia visit The Strong to benchmark best practices in strategic planning, fundraising, and exhibit development.
Artemio Abrego, collector and owner of one of the largest toy collections in Latin America, visits The Strong from Monterey, Mexico. Pictured here with The Strong’s Chris Bensch (second from left), project manager Roberto Romero, and chairman Alfonso Garcia.