- TripBuzz discovered 38 different types of activities for couples in the Rochester area, including Movie Theaters (like Little Theatre), Theaters (like Geva Theatre Center), Bowling (like Clover Lanes) and Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Durand Eastman Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 39 date ideas in or near Rochester, New York, including 13 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Canandaigua, Henrietta, Penfield and Brighton.
Covering 150 acres, the Highland Park is best known for hosting the Lilac Festival. In here there are found a conservatory, memorials, gardens, and other amenities and facilities. Some of these can be rented for private events, such as weddings.
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.
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 4th oldest amusement park in America, the Seabreeze Amusement Park has roller coasters, thrill rides, a waterpark, kiddie rides, and others. In here there are organized live shows. On the site there is also a themed museum, as well as food stands, and arcade games.
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.
Casa Large Vineyards & Winery offers guests the opportunity to taste its award-winning wines during operating hours. The location, which also hosts special events like corporate events, winery weddings, and proms, also hosts a variety of festivals and patio parties.
Three different waterfalls are contained within the City of Rochester's Letchworth State Park with the tallest being the Genesee River's High Falls. It is 97 feet high and can be viewed from a general park area near the falls.
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.