Life in Rochester
Encompassing the Genesee River and six waterfalls, the City of Rochester is an urban center for 1 million people with vibrant and easygoing suburbs. The city’s hotspots include the Memorial Art Gallery, Kodak Hall, three professional sports venues, the National Museum of Play, and the George Eastman Photography Museum.
Rochester fostered the motion picture film industry, abolition, and the women’s rights movement. Residents have easy access to Lake Ontario beaches, Erie Canal recreation, and a vast greenbelt of gardens, parks, and summer festivals. The city is home to the country's premier Supermarket (Wegmans), many popular sports teams (Red Wings baseball, Amerks hockey), art (The Memorial Art Gallery) and music ( Rochester Philharmonic and the Rochester International Jazz Festival), as well as professional local and national programs on stage (Rochester Broadway Theater League, GEVA Theatre).
At a Glance
The city has been rated by Forbes as one of America’s top ten most livable cities with a wealth of unique attractions and events.
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