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“Admittedly not in the Buffalo and Niagara Falls New York area, but definite must-see, one-of-a-kind children's museum which houses the National Toy Hall of Fame. Rochester, NY is under a 2-hour drive away from the Buffalo area.”
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“Amazing collection of photography and photography history. Housed in former Eastman Kodak founder, George Eastman's mansion. Also houses the Dryden Theater, one of the only nitrate film theaters in the country. Definitely worth a visit if you have never been! ”
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Museu de Arte
“Small collection of (mostly) American Art, in the Neighborhood of the Arts area. ”
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“Museum dedicated to community education in science, technology and local history. The museum also operates the Strasenburgh Planetarium, located next to the museum. ”
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“An independent movie theater with three screens showing popular films, documentaries and art films. Home to many film festivals throughout the year.”
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History Museum
“Highland Park, Genesee Valley Park, Cobbs Hill Park, Charlotte Beach.... and so much more”
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Amusement Park
“About an hour drive but great water park for kids. Not too overcrowded and lots of fun rides! ”
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“Best beer selection and walking distance. Upstanding owner and smart staff. ”
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“Lux is a local bar in the South Wedge. They don’t have food but they do have a great back patio. This is from their website. “In case you haven't heard, Lux is a kick ass bar in Rochester's South Wedge Neighborhood. Come eat some Chex mix, sit by the outdoor fire, look at some cool art, all while enjoying a delicious cocktail. We don't have a TV. We have a huge backyard (with a fire pit for those chilly Rochester nights), a kickin' Juke Box, lots of silly board games and a swanky pool table. At Lux, EVERYONE IS WELCOME! We don't care about the color of your skin or your hair. We don't care if you are gay, straight, (or both). We don't care if you love Allah, Buddha, Jesus, Or none of the above. We don't care what you wear (or decide not to wear). We don't care if you are fat or skinny, bald or sasquatch, young (well...at least 21) or a walking corpse. We just want you to be kind, open minded, non-thieving, good people. All you haters can stay at home. Everyone else....LET YOUR FREAK FLAG FLY” HOURS: Mon-Thur: 5pm - 2am | Fri: 4:30pm - 2am | Sat: 4pm - 2am | Sun: 4pm - 2am HAPPY HOURS: Mon-Thur: 5pm - 9pm | Fri: 4:30pm - 9pm | Sat & Sun: 4pm - 9pm”
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“The home of one of the leaders of the women's suffragette movement. History happened here.”
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Galeria de arte
“Only open on certain days. Be prepared to be dazzled. Allow a day to see it all.”
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“Swillburger and The Playhouse is a awesome Barcade that features craft cocktails and beer. A great place to grab a burger, fries/tots and milkshakes. Perfect for a rainy afternoon or late night out. ”
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“Upscale Southern influenced restaurant with craft cocktails, raw bar, wine.”
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“ The RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium provides the community of Rochester with unique experiences through their various shows. The planetarium puts on star shows that use a star projector to accurately depict the sun, planets, and over 8,000 stars in the same way they would appear to the naked eye on a perfect viewing night.”
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“Seneca Park Zoo is a 20-acre zoo located in Rochester, New York. The zoo is home to over 90 species including mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, fish, and arachnids. It is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. The zoo is operated by Monroe County, with support from the Seneca Park Zoo Society.”
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Sala de cinema independente
“The Cinema Theater is a motion picture theater in Rochester, New York. Opened as a neighborhood motion picture theater since 1914, it is one of the oldest continuously operated motion picture theaters in the United States.”
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