1. National Museum of Play at The Strong This is hand’s down one the best places in Rochester to bring your kids. Any time of the year, you can enjoy a nationally acclaimed museum. Beat the heat, the cold & the rain. Go to the National Museum of Play. 2. Eastman Theatre If you want to experience a theatre rich in Rochester history, the Eastman Theatre is where it’s at. 3. Geva Theatre Center Want to see a show. Looking for a good date night? Looking for a little culture. Look no further, the Geva Theatre Center has it all. 4. Little Theatre Big acclaims for such a Little Theatre. Catch an independent movie that you will not find in the block buster movie houses. 5. George Eastman House When you think of Famous figures of Rochester NY, George Eastman has to top the list. Have you ever driven by his old residence and wondered what it must have been like to be a pioneer like George Eastman? Wonder no more, visit the George Eastman House. 6. Susan B. Anthony House So everyone knows our founding fathers. Susan B Anthony is one of our founding mothers. Check out her old residence and catch a bit of American history originating right here in Rochester NY 7. Mount Hope Cemetery If you’ve never been to the Mount Hope Cemetery, it’s definitely worth a visit. Drive around or take a hike. View Tombstones that span generations of families from Rochester. 8. Dryden Theatre The Dryden Theatre is a local secret. Skip the major movie houses… check out the Dryden Theatre for your next movie outing. 9. Highland Park Highland Park is home to the Lilac Festive which is the most popular event in Rochester NY year after year. It also houses one of the country’s oldest Arboretums. 10. Seabreeze Amusement Park Did you know Seabreeze Amusement park is America’s fourth oldest amusement park still in operation? Stop by any summer day and experience the rides the beauty and oh yeah… a water park.