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Top Things to Do in Rochester, NY, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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The National Museum of Play

The National Museum of Play, formerly Strong National Museum of Play, is part of The Strong in Rochester, New York, USA. Established in 1969 and based initially on the personal collection of Rochester, NY native Margaret Woodbury Strong, the museum opened to the public in 1982.

Eastman Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The theatre is the primary hall for the Eastman School's larger ensembles, including its orchestras, wind ensembles, jazz ensembles, and chorale. It originally contained 3,094 seats, but has been substantially revised recently to become an approximately 2,400-seat concert hall with state-of-the-art acoustics optimized for symphonic, popular and chamber music performances.

PUSH Physical Theatre

Seeing award winning PUSH Physical Theatre is like watching a live action-movie. This talented group of performers inspires awe with physical illusions and gravity-defying, dance-infused, acrobatic high-jinx.

Geva Theatre Center

Geva Theatre Center is a regional professional theater company based in Rochester, New York. Founded in 1972, it is ranked with similar companies, including those of Buffalo and Syracuse. Geva has two stages inside the former Naval Armory-Convention Hall, an 1868 building listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Little Theatre (Rochester, New York)

The Little Theatre in Rochester, New York, commonly known as "The Little" is a movie theatre located on historic East Avenue in downtown Rochester, New York and a modest non-profit multiplex specializing in art film, including independent and foreign productions outside the United States.

George Eastman House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The George Eastman House is the world's oldest museum dedicated to photography and one of the world's oldest film archives, opened to the public in 1949 in Rochester, New York, USA. World-renowned for its photograph and motion picture archives, the museum is also a leader in film preservation and photograph conservation, educating archivists and conservators from around the world.

Rochester Lilac Festival - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rochester Lilac Festival is an art, music, food and flora festival hosted annually in early May in Highland Park in Rochester, New York. Highland Park possesses a huge collection of lilacs, featuring more than 1200 bushes and over 500 different varieties.

Highland Park (Rochester, New York) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Highland Park covers over 155 acres (0.63 km 2) and features over 1,200 lilac shrubs (over 500 varieties), Japanese maples, 35 varieties of sweet-smelling magnolias, a barberry collection, a rock garden with dwarf evergreens, 700 varieties of rhododendron, azaleas, mountain laurel, andromeda, spring bulbs and wildflowers and a large number of unusual tree species.

Mount Hope Cemetery (Rochester)

Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York, founded in 1838, is one of the United States' first municipal rural cemeteries. Situated on 196 acres (793,000 m²) (0.3 square miles) of land adjacent to the University of Rochester on Mount Hope Avenue, the cemetery is the permanent resting place of over 350,000 people.

Dryden Theatre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The theatre is the primary exhibition space for showcasing the museum's collection of motion pictures, recent preservations as well as travelling exhibitions, and premiers of new foreign, and indie films. To date, more than 13,000 film titles have been screened using the original Century projectors installed over fifty years ago.