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Parks, Trails, Woods, & Wildlife Near Downtown Rochester

Rochester is a great place for people to find nature intermingled within and near the city. With tons of hiking, biking, beautiful outdoor scenery, and parks, Rochester has no shortage of adventure in and around the area. Check out all the outdoor experiences you can have close by! Hiking Although…

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Where to Find Pumpkin Spice in Rochester, NY

The weather is cooling down, leaves are already starting to change, and football season has finally returned. There’s only one thing left to complete the fall vibe- a pumpkin spice flavored treat. Whether it’s a piping hot pumpkin spice latte or a dish of cold pumpkin spice ice cream, you need to…

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5 Things To Know About The 2022 Clothesline Festival

The M&T Bank Clothesline Festival is Rochester’s longest-running celebration of the arts! With the Festival open to artists from across the US, the variety and creativity is astounding. Here are 5 things you should know before exploring the Clothesline Festival: 1. COST The $7 cost to Clothesline…

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Sensory-Friendly Stops Around Rochester, NY

From animals and America’s favorite pastime, to nature and performance art, Rochester, NY has so much to see and do. Many area attractions have made considerations for children and adults who have autism spectrum disorders or other sensory, social, and cognitive needs so everyone can have a…

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Cultural Cuisine in Rochester, NY

Savoring the unique flavors of a country or region is a great way to celebrate and appreciate cultural diversity. And lucky for residents and visitors of Rochester, it’s not hard to get a taste of something new when you’re in the mood to expand your palate. We’ve rounded up seven restaurants…

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Your Guide to Canal Towns in Rochester, NY

Do you know the history of the Erie Canal? Well, if not, no worries! Here’s a quick recap: The Erie Canal literally opened up the western United States to expansion in 1825 when the canal was built and Rochester became the country's first "boomtown." The Erie Canal is credited for creating New York…

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On The Water in Rochester, NY

Rochester, NY has a reputation as an industrial and enterprising city, but many don’t know that it’s also surrounded by clear, cool waters and outdoor playgrounds. In fact, its proximity to water is what made Rochester a boomtown – largely thanks to the mule-drawn canal boats that transported goods…

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