- Maple Sugar Festival
- Guitars at the Buffalo Museum of Science
- Maple Weekend at Madava Farms
- Maple Weekend at Cronin's Maple Farm
- Maple Weekend at Sugar Oak Farms
- Maple Weekend at Kent's Sugar House
- Maple Weekend at Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village
- Maple Weekend at Gaeta Family Farm
- Maple Weekend at Maple Leaf Sugaring
- Capital District Garden & Flower Show
- Made in NY Art Show
- 34th Annual Festival of Dance
- Bruchcon NYC 2017
- 2017 Glens Falls Brewfest
- Ben and Jerry’s Free Cone Day
- Saratoga Tattoo Expo
- The Westchester Poetry Festival
- New York International Auto Show 2017
- New York State Chinese Lantern Festival
- Canadian Music Fest
- Tribeca Film Festival
- Utica Wine and Chocolate Festival
- Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival
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- All Aboard the Polar Express!
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- Amtrak and Taste NY Team Up
- Take Amtrak to See the Top Hockey Teams and Arenas in New York State and Further
- Amtrak's "Great Dome" Car Returns
- Take a Cycling Trip on Amtrak's Lake Shore Limited Line
- Amtrak Takes You to the Top Football Teams and Stadiums in New York State!
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There's more to this city than an active downtown cultural scene. Families, golfers, shoppers, outdoor enthusiasts and the "Epicurious" visit Rochester all year round!
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The George Eastman House International Museum of Photography & Film—the world's oldest photography museum, commemorated the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service with a new exhibit: Photography and America's National Parks.
New and upcoming exhibits at The Strong National Museum of Play including Rockets, Robots, and Ray Guns; Land of Fire and Ice; and America at Play, an exploration of 300+ years of play.
At the Seneca Park Zoo , two African elephants, Moki and Chana, recently joined longtime residents, Genny C and Lilac. The zoo, open since 1892, is home to 90+ species; including mammals, reptiles, birds, amphibians, fish and arachnids.
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Rochester's East End is a vibrant neighborhood with cultural institutions like the Eastman School of Music and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, galleries, museums, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues.
The Genesee Brewery Company , one of America's largest and oldest breweries, has transformed into a beer destination with interactive exhibits, tours and tastings, and a restaurant. Enjoy the view of the Genesee River and High Falls from the rooftop terrace.
The High Falls Visitor Center and Museum explores Rochester's history through interpretive displays, photographs, and artifacts. From this 19th-century Waterworks Building, you have a great view of landmark High Falls; 97-feet tall and 200-feet wide.
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The Rochester Public Market, open since 1905, has been voted one of the best public markets in the United States. Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, up to 300 vendors offer produce, baked goods, specialty and general merchandise.
Rochester Museum and Science Center features three floors of hands-on educational exhibits that focus on natural science, local culture, and technology. Catch a star show at the Strasenburgh Planetarium, or explore the Cumming Nature Center.
The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House shares the story of America's champion of suffrage, abolition, temperance and equality, and her struggle to gain voting rights for women.
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