Things To Do In Rochester Ny

Regardless of your favorite past time, you can find a multitude of things to do in Rochester NY. Geographically, the city of Rochester is situated in the western, upstate region of New York State, on the southern section of Lake Ontario. So if you live in Rochester or are headed towards it, set your sights on these fours things to do in Rochester, New York.

  1. Strong National Museum of Play. Whether you are a child, an adult, or a collection of the two – when in Rochester New York don't miss the Strong National Museum of Play.  It is the only museum in the world dedicated completely to a collection of toys and games. You will find entire exhibits devoted to Sesame Street, the Berenstein Bears, American Comic Book Heroes, and a section containing the history and evolution of Barbie dolls. A food court, a carousel, and a mini express train also await you at the Strong National Museum of Play at 1 Manhattan Square Rochester, NY 14607. 
  2. Geva Theatre. Since 1972, the Geva Theatre has evolved into Rochester New York's top professional performing arts theatre, attracting over 180,000 audience members a year. The Elaine P. Wilson Mainstage has 552 seats and handles the featured performances while the 180-seat Ron & Donna Fielding Nextstage offers contemporary comedy and new play developments. Even actor Josh Brolin from "The Goonies", "No Country For Old Men", and  "True Grit" spent five years acting and directing plays at the Geva Theater in Rochester, N.Y. You can find the Geva Theatre at 75 Woodbury Blvd Rochester, NY 14607.
  3. Seabreeze Park. When the weather is right and your sense of adventure reaches its peak, it is time for an amusement park while in Rochester N Y. From mid-May to mid-September Seabreeze Park offers numerous rides, a water park, a gaming arcade, and the third longest operating roller coaster in the United States, the "Jack Rabbit." Join the fun at Seabreeze Park on 4600 Culver Road Rochester, NY 14622.
  4. Eastman Theater. George Eastman, the founder of Kodak, created this glorious 3,094-sea music hall in Rochester New York in 1922 as a center for music and dance. In its early days, silent films were also shown while accompanied by orchestras. Aside from concerts, the East Theater also offers the prestigious Eastman School of Music that offers undergraduate and graduate level music degrees. Fill your ears with magical music at the Eastman Theater located at 26 Gibbs Street Rochester, NY 14604.
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