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We've lived in Rochester since 2006. Here's a list
of some things we like.
NEW -- Rochester Summer Checklist. See it all before it snows again.
Churis Thai - Irondequoit (closed, apparently)
Coal Tower - Diner by the canal in Pittsford/Schoen Place
Memorial Art Gallery
NY Museum of Transportation (Rush) - trolley rides
Science Museum - membership gets you into the planetarium and many other science-themed museums.
Strasenburgh Planetarium - at the Science Museum
Strong Museum - primarily for 6 years old and under
Browns Berry Patch - (Waterport, NY) - fruit, ice cream, farm animals
Buffalo Naval Park - ships and a submarine. A surprising find "inland"
Corning Museum of Glass
Curtiss Museum - airplane museum
Genesee Village - expensive but expansive, May 15 to Oct. 17
Letchworth State Park - impressive waterfalls
Lockport Cave - Walking and boating through manmade tubes and tunnels
Marineland - (Niagara Falls, Canada) - expensive admission, season pass for $5 more
Medina Railroad Museum - huge model train layout
Museum of the Earth - Ithaca
Sciencenter - Ithaca
Soaring Museum - Elmira
Sodus Point - lighthouse, beach, Burnap's Farm Market, etc.
Wine and food center - Canandaigua
Cummings Nature Center
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