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Best things to do in Rochester

Museum
“An eclectic and interactive children's museum that brings several hundred thousand visitors to Rochester created the Toy Hall of Fame, a vintage video game exhibit, mini supermarket, Sesame Street characters and a butterfly garden to the world. Currently undergoing a massive expansion.”
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Museum
“Amazing collection of photography and photography history. Housed in former Eastman Kodak founder, George Eastman's mansion. Also houses the Dryden Theater, one of the only nitrate film theaters in the country. Definitely worth a visit if you have never been! ”
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Barrio
“Fantastic walking paths and beautiful landscaping. A treat for any nature and garden lover! ”
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Cine
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“An independent movie theater with three screens showing popular films, documentaries and art films. Home to many film festivals throughout the year.”
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Museo de arte
“Small collection of (mostly) American Art, in the Neighborhood of the Arts area. ”
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Museum
“Museum dedicated to community education in science, technology and local history. The museum also operates the Strasenburgh Planetarium, located next to the museum. ”
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Restaurante
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“Barbecue chain serving Southern-style meats & draft brews in a casual setting. Not a big fan of the chain restaurants but if you never been there must go to place in Rochester!!!”
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Amusement Park
“About an hour drive but great water park for kids. Not too overcrowded and lots of fun rides! ”
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History Museum
“Highland Park, Genesee Valley Park, Cobbs Hill Park, Charlotte Beach.... and so much more”
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Point of Interest
“As one of the country’s leading not-for-profit, professional theatres, Geva Theatre Center is Rochester’s flagship theatre company and the most attended regional theatre in New York State.”
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Point of Interest
“Visit the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra!! Also one of the sites for the Rochester International Jazz Festival!”
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Farmers Market
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“Rochester's City-run Public Market has served the community at its 280 N. Union Street site since 1905, and is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, year-round. Vendors--over 200 occupying over 300 vending stalls on busiest Saturdays--offer local produce, produce from around the country and world; meats and seafood; eggs and dairy products; ethnic delicacies; prepared and packaged foods; specialty items; general merchandise; and more in three covered outdoor vendor sheds and also a brand new state-of-the-art fully indoor shed. In addition, an array of independent local businesses--cafes, food stands, coffee shops, florists, specialty food purveyors, breweries, and more.”
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Restaurante
“More upscale restaurant and bar; usually very busy, so reservations are recommended! If not, you can usually get a seat at the bar. Good to go with large groups, as the menu is intended for sharing. ”
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Museum
“The home of one of the leaders of the women's suffragette movement. History happened here.”
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Bar
“Best beer selection and walking distance. Upstanding owner and smart staff. ”
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Cementerio
“The oldest municipally-operated cemetery in the country. Famous graves include Frederick Douglas, Susan B. Anthony as well as business leaders from the community. This Victorian era cemetery is beautifully landscaped making it just the right place to enjoy an easy hike through the history of Rochester. Weekend tours available through the Friends of Mount Hope.”
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