- Our list of the best things to do in Penn Yan, New York, features the top 140 nearby activities — including 52 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Penn Yan, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 23 things to do within the city of Penn Yan, NY , followed by 117 popular activities in nearby cities, including Geneva, Hammondsport, Canandaigua, Hector, Watkins Glen, Naples, Dundee, Seneca Falls, Ithaca, Rochester and Bloomfield
As a host for local tournaments, Dixie Bowling Lanes is a family owned and operated bowling alley with automatic scoring and bumper lanes. The alley has several birthday packages that include admission and shoe rentals.
Established in 1913, the Memorial Art Gallery has gathered since then a collection of 12,000 items, from all around the world, covering domains such as painting and sculpture. Some of the artifacts can be traced back to ancient Egypt.
With all of its screens featuring digital projection, Plaza 6 Cinemas shows the latest films and blockbuster hits in standard and 3D viewing formats. The theaters were recently upgraded to include 5.1 surround sound.
An independently owned movie theater multiplex with six auditoriums, the Plaza Six Cinemas Cortland shows primarily first run Hollywood films in all digital video and sound. The theater offers discounts for kids and students.
96% 1489 votes
One Manhattan Square, Rochester, NY 14607 MoreLess Info
Hundreds of thousands of toy-related items are found in the collection at the National Museum of Play at The Strong, including in here the largest collection of dolls in the world. Among the attractions in here, there can mentioned the Discovery Garden, the aquarium reef tanks, and the Reading Adventureland.
The Little Theatre is considered to be the premier cultural center in the United States for the presentation of independent and foreign films. The venue also features visual arts and music for the greater Rochester community.
The Rochester Auditorium Theatre hosts a variety of performances, including The Book of Mormon, the Rochester Theater Organ Society, Bill Cosby 77, and Warren Miller's No Turning Back. The location also offers arts education programs, including master classes.
The Geva Theatre Center is hosted by the former building of the Naval-Armory Convention Hall, a building listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The first productions were staged in 1973, and since then famous actors held shows in here, such as Samuel L. Jackson.
74% 19 votes
353 Court Street, Rochester, NY 14607 MoreLess Info
Manhattan Square Park & Ice Rink is now known as Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Park and Ice Rink. Open year round, skaters love spending hours on the ice in winter while the summer months it turns into a calm reflection pool with fountains.
95% 61 votes
250 Exchange Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14608 MoreLess Info
The Sam Patch Erie Canal Tour departs from Schoen Place in the Port of Pittsford before traveling through the canal. Guests can encounter the signature canal experience when passing through the 40 ton gates to get through the lock chamber.