Places to visit In Rochester, NY

During my time writing this site, I’ve traveled extensively throughout New York, and there are few places that I look forward to visiting more than Rochester.

There may be no more influential figure to have resided in Rochester than Susan B. Anthony, and her home in West Rochester is open throughout the year for tours.

Susan B. Anthony House

There are a variety of viewing spots from which to see this waterfall, so make sure to check out each of the interesting spots.

High Falls

Strong Museum of Play

I’ve visited many children’s museums, and I don’t think that there’s a better one in New York (or perhaps anywhere) than the Strong Museum of Play.

George Eastman Museum

The museum also features a fascinating look into Eastman, who was quite an interesting individual even aside from his company.

Cobb’s Hill Park

Cobb’s Hill Park is a 109-acre park located southwest of downtown Rochester. The park features many typical park amenities including sports fields

Seneca Park Zoo

If you love animals, then visiting the Seneca Park Zoo is one of the best things to do in Rochester, NY.

Craft Breweries

If you love craft beer, Rochester is a great city to visit. Not only are there a ton of great breweries in Rochester

Lower Falls

A short distance north of downtown Rochester, you’ll find Lower Falls, another massive waterfall along the Genesee River.

Genesee Country Village and Museum

Located southwest of Rochester, you’ll find the Genesee Country Village and Museum.

Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse

Located near the mouth of the Genesee River, you’ll find the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse.

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