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3 Best Places To See in Rochester, NY

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THE STRONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY

One Manhattan Square Drive, Rochester, NY 14607 DIRECTIONS

Since 1969

Here’s The Deal:
The Strong National Museum is the most significant and detailed set of historical play resources. The Museum opened its doors in 1982, and after many years of planning, cataloging, and exhibition developed in the new building, the Museum in downtown Rochester. The Strong National Museum has received extensive local and national media coverage, support, and significant financial support from the National Endowment for Exhibitions and Public Programs Division. The Strong's multi-faceted collection of studies, exhibits, and other interpretive and instructional programs represent a diverse community of individuals, families, children, educators, professors, authors, enthusiasts, and others worldwide. The Strong National Museum provides discounts for the members.

SPECIALTY:
Education, Wegmans Super Kids Market, Aquarium, Students, Scouts, Scholars, Dance Lab, College, and University Program, Library, Field Trips, Pinball Playfields, Women in Games, Play Pals, Professional Development & America at Play

Price: Admission + Butterfly Garden:
Age 2 and older: $24
Admission + Skyline Climb:
High-Rise: $26
Members: $6

... More Prices Admission + Butterfly Garden:
Age 2 and older: $24
Admission + Skyline Climb:
High-Rise: $26
Members: $6
Low-Rise: $24
Members: $4

Discount: 50% off for up to six people for ACM reciprocal members - $2 off on general admission fees to the active-duty United States military personnel & veterans View Coupon

Online Booking

[email protected]

museumofplay.org

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Mon-Sun: 10am - 5pm
Fri: 10am - 8pm

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SENECA PARK ZOO

2222 Saint Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621 DIRECTIONS

Since 1894

Here’s The Deal:
Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester is home to more than ninety species. The zoo's animal collection occasionally changes with the AZA suggestions for breeding through the Species Survival Plans (SSPs), animal deaths, and births. Seneca Park Zoo hosts various activities, including free-to-admission programs such as environmental awareness days and 'Summer Trips' from Memorial Day Weekend to Labour Day. The Seneca Park Zoo Society is honored to endorse annual fundraisers for economic, social, and cultural non-profit groups in the Greater Rochester Area. Seneca Park Zoo educates the public about animal and resource protection, environmental literacy, and recycling programs in many areas in Western New York. They offer free admission for children aged under 2.

SPECIALTY:
Birds, Amphibians, Butterfly Beltway, Birthdays, Classes, Teachers, Zoo Camp, Kinderzoo, Mobile, Bunk with Beasts, Zooteens, Reptiles, Homeschool Programs, Invertebrates, Fish, Scout Workshops, Mammals, Overnight Programs, Conservation Days, Seasonal and Special Events & Weddings

Price: General Admission:
April 1 - October 31:
Adult (12 to 62): $12
Senior (63 and older):$11
Youth (3 to 11): $9

... More Prices General Admission:
April 1 - October 31:
Adult (12 to 62): $12
Senior (63 and older):$11
Youth (3 to 11): $9
November 1 - March 31:
Adult (12 to 62): $10
Senior (63 and older): $9
Youth (3 to 11): $7

Discount: 50% off admission at over 150 zoos and aquariums
10% off all ZooShop purchases
View Coupon

Online Booking

[email protected]

senecaparkzoo.org

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Mon-Sun: 10am - 4pm

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GEORGE EASTMAN MUSEUM

900 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607 DIRECTIONS

Since 1905

Here’s The Deal:
George Eastman Museum is the world's oldest museum dedicated to photography. It is one of the world's oldest film archives. It was opened to the public in 1949 in Rochester. The museum houses unique collections of many million items in the lighting, video, imaging and image processing, and imaging illustrated books. The beautiful 500-seat Dryden Theatre exhibits more than 300 different films every year. It has rotating exhibits with immerse in collections. George Eastman Museum is also a long-standing pioneer in image restoration and visual research. They offer free entry tickets for children under 4 age.

SPECIALTY:
Special Events, Group Tours, Accessibility in The Museum, Workshops, Café and Store, Film Screenings, Research Resources, Calendar, Mansion and Gardens, Photography On-Site, Film Series, Collections, Nitrate Picture Show, Live Music & Visual Literacy

Price: Adults: $18
Seniors (65+): $16
Students (with ID): $7
Children (5-17): $7

Online Booking

[email protected]

eastman.org

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Tues-Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 11am - 5pm
Mon: Closed

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