Finger Lakes Region of New York. Visit our wine country that rivals Napa Valley.
As the Northwestern Gateway to New York's Finger Lakes, Rochester is part of a splendid region ranked by Money Magazine as one of the 10 "best places to vacation.”
Find bounty, beauty and breathtaking scenery in the Finger Lakes region of New York.
Taste a selection of estate-bottled wines or handcrafted beers from Wagner Valley Brewing. Enjoy lunch at the Ginny Lee overlooking our vineyards and Seneca Lake.
Fairport Canal Days
The festival features over 200 artisans, more than 40 food and drink vendors, and featuring outstanding performances by local and regional High School Jazz Ensambles.
The park's focal point is a bronzed sculpture called "Let's Have Tea." The work portrays Ms. Anthony and Frederick Douglass, two early local champions of civil rights
Southwest Quadrant - Corn Hill
Corn Hill, Rochester's oldest residential neighborhood, is also one of its most diverse. Within these boundaries, historic 19th century mansions are located in close proximity to modern townhouses. Its diverse population began in its inception and continues today to reflect the very best of urban living.
Year Round Area Attractions
Strong-National Museum of Play
Strong is the only museum in the world devoted to PLAY! You’ll find an exciting, hands-on, welcoming place to play, learn and dream; a place to pretend, wonder and explore.
Seneca Park Zoo
Rocky Coasts exhibit featuring Zero, the polar bear, penguins, and sea lions along with indoor underwater viewing tanks.
Rochester Museum and Science Center
Explore dramatic stories of the Underground Railroad and the Seneca Nation of Indians, and celebrate Rochester’s history all in one place!