Get ready to play, laugh, sing, dance, oo, ah, and oh! Here are a few of our favorite ways to spend New Years Eve around Rochester, NY that aren’t already sold out!
While the Ellwanger Estate is private, the garden is maintained by the Landmark Society and is periodically open to the public for special events.
Durand Eastman Park’s landscape design was inspired by the work that Olmsted had done 20 years earlier in Highland, Seneca, and Genesee Valley Parks.
The view from Cobbs Hill, the quiet, the breeze, the friendly nature of people walking and taking it all in—there’s nothing quite like it in Rochester.
You can climb the Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse’s 40 foot high tower and enjoy the view of Lake Ontario, the Genesee River, and Ontario Beach Park.
If you are a fan of history and architecture, you will enjoy these self-guided Landmark Society walking tours of center city Rochester.