George Eastman Museum
World's foremost museum of photography and cinema located on the historic estate of George Eastman, the pioneer of popular photography.
Special exhibits at every season. International Museum of Photography! Enjoy a light lunch or coffee in the cafe.
Visit the world's oldest photography museum and one of the oldest film archives. The museum is at the estate of George Eastman and holds unparalleled collections-encompassing several million objects-in the fields of photography, cinema, and photographic and cinematographic technology. 900 East Ave,…
Eastman Kodak's home will amaze you with its rich history of the camera, originating in Rochester. Each room is a new story with more to uncover.
George Eastman House is a treasure and must see if you have the time! Fascinating museum that takes you through the life of George Eastman and his creation of Kodak!
“The Memorial Art Gallery is the civic art museum of Rochester, New York. Founded in 1913, it is part of the University of Rochester and occupies the southern half of the University's former Prince Street campus.”
“One of the most exciting displays of a combination of dinosaurs and displays of electricity. Great for ages 6 and up.”
“Nationally acclaimed. Check out the website to see all the creative play areas for kids. It is an incredible place!”
“Frederick Law Olmstead, famous landscape designer of Central Park and Prospect Park in New York City, Arnold Arboretum in Boston and eleven parks in Rochester also designed this park famous for its Lilacs, Magnolias and Arboretum, Vietnam Memorial, Highland Bowl, fantastic childrens' playground and historic Warner Castle. Dogs allowed. Easy walk on paved paths or venture up the hills. The Lilac Festival, held in May, attracts over 500,000 people from around the world. It also features live music, food trucks and art exhibits.”
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“I love the support that this venue provides for new artist. It is just the right size so that every seat is a good seat. Lots of established talent as well as new talents. Newly renovated area to show off its donors and a small cafe for a lite bite before the play. Trust me..not the type of food that you will be stuffed and miss the play. Nice opportunity to talk and meet othere theater goers.”