Africa House is a beautifully restored 6500 sq ft multipurpose, multidimensional site for art, culture, and education focusing on Africa and the African diaspora is located in the historic Village of Endicott in upstate New York, the birthplace of IBM. Located at 50 Washington Avenue, Endicott, NY, Africa House is 10 minutes from the city of Binghamton, and just three hours from New York City.
It is a lavish, soul-soothing, and vibrant space that has two galleries, Akégo and Sahara. It has a striking glass front, beautifully laid terra-cotta tiles, wenge wood floors, tin ceiling, and spa-like bathrooms. It is an inviting space and a wonderful blend of old and new.
Africa House offers black fine art and giclée prints, exceptional handcrafted home décors and accessories from Africa and its Diaspora, event space, and gourmet coffee bar and pastry.