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1501 W. Ridge Rd., Rochester, NY, US, 14615

  • Phone: (585) 621-5700
  • Fax: (585) 621-8446
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»Seneca Park Zoo

The Seneca Park Zoo was founded with a mission to conserve wildlife and educate the community about the environment and conservation. It is the home to variety of birds, reptiles and animals, including meerkats and California Sea Lions. Children and adults alike will enjoy watching the animals in their habitats. The zoo also has an innovative feature where it celebrates animals’ birthdays and visitors can join in the festivities including singing “Happy Birthday.”

2222 Saint Paul Street
Rochester, NY 14621

»Irondequoit United Church Of Christ

The Irondequoit United Church Of Christ is a historic church established in 1910. Constructed in the Colonial Revival style, it has been designed by Foote, Carpenter Orlando K. and Charles. Sitting at the intersection of Ganado Road and Titus Avenue, this beautiful church has an area of 1.7 acres (0.69 hectare). The church if fully functional even today, and hosts regular services and ceremonies.

644 Titus Avenue
Rochester, NY 14617

»The Genesee Brewery

Genesee Brewing Company is a historic brewing company located along the Genesee River in Rochester. Founded in 1878, this brewery originally made use of use of caves to help keep the beer cool without refrigeration. Today, this landmark brewery is 8th largest brewery in America and has a long history of achievements. Among various different products, their Genny Cream Ale has won two consecutive gold medals at the Great American Beer Festival and is a must try.

445 Saint Paul Street
Rochester, NY 14605

»High Falls

This large waterfall is a part of the Genesee River and can be viewed from the Pont De Rennes Bridge. During the day, the scenic locale and green landscape make for a panoramic view and the evening adds a romantic atmosphere further enhancing its beauty. This is truly an oasis in the industrial and buzzing city of Rochester.

60 Browns Race
Rochester, NY 14614

»Downtown United Presbyterian Church

Now known as Downtown United Presbyterian Church, this church is located in Monroe County, New York. The historic complex includes a brick church, school building, attached Brick Church Institute, and a Taylor Chapel. Designed in 1860, the church and the school buildings are built in early Romanesque Revival style of architecture. In 1903, it was remodeled in the Lombard Romanesque style. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1992.

121 N Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14614

»Salem United Church of Christ

Though the Salem United Church of Christ has embraced modern ways of thinking, its still deep-rooted in history. This historic structure dates back to 1873, the architect being Charles Coats. Over the period of time, the building was renovated and renamed several times; however, the overall Romanesque Revival style of designing has been retained. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it also boasts of a pipe organ that was installed way back in 1923. Today, the church is involved in many activities that benefit the entire community, right from youth programs to special activities for women every base is covered. Truly, the Salem United Church of Christ stands for an unique blend of history and futuristic approach. Check website for more details.

60 Bittner Street
Rochester, NY 14604

»Historic City Hall

This historic building is picturesque and consists of four stories, an open air atrium, marble arches, stone sculptures and ornate council chambers.

30 Church Street
Rochester, New York 14614

»Genesee Lighthouse

This beautiful lighthouse located on a hilltop with grass beds all around is the Charlotte Genesee Lighthouse. Comprising of a stone structure, this 40 feet high tower is located at the banks of the Lake Ontario at the beginning of Genesee River. After being shut down in 1881, the appeal letters received from the students of the Charlotte High School saved the lighthouse. Currently under the Monroe County, this site is a museum that is taken care of the Charlotte Genesee Lighthouse Historical Society.

70 Lighthouse Street
Rochester, NY 14612

»The Powers Building

The historically significant site of the Powers building was constructed in the year 1869. It encompasses a land area of less than one acre. The nine story building structure stood as one of the tallest building sites in that era.  It occupies immense importance and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Even with the passing years, the site has maintained its aesthetics intact and remains the same way even today. 

16 Main West Main Street
Rochester, NY 14614

»Central Church of Christ

The Central Church of Christ was initially referred as the First Presbyterian Church. Sited at Rochester in Monroe County, New York, the church site is a distinguished building in the vicinity. It is listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places. Encompassing less than one acre of land area, the site was constructed in 1871. It is a fine example of the Gothic style of architecture. It strives hard to spread faith, love and spirituality. It also stands as the third home to Rochester's oldest congregation.

101 South Plymouth Avenue
Rochester, NY 14608

»Gannett Building

Gannett Building is located in Rochester in Monroe County, New York. This commercial landmark was constructed in 1927 in the Classical Revival style of architecture. The building be home to the global headquarters of the Gannett newspaper chain until 1986, and got added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 4, 1985.

55 Exchange Street
Rochester, NY 14614

»Rochester Savings Bank

The Rochester Savings Bank building is a historic structure which was established in 1927. Built with a mix of architectural styles, it is mostly evident of the Byzantine Revival and the Late 19th and 20th Century Revival styles. The building is no longer used as a bank, but plans to start a college/institute are under they way. However, the beauty and the charisma of the structure is simply superb and it remains to be an attraction.

40 Franklin Street
Rochester, NY 14604
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