Area Attractions

Adventure into downtown Rochester for fun festivals by the Genesee River. Celtic music bounces off the 19th century industrial buildings while Broadway performances belt out in the old Masonic Temple one mile away. Spend an evening peering out over Lake Ontario, walk past Park Avenue shops on your way to delectable fine-dining, or admire the city skyline during a Red Wings baseball game at Frontier Field. From picnics in Aqueduct Park to exotic species at Seneca Park Zoo, our upstate New York location at Hyatt Regency Rochester is great for families.

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Hyatt Regency Rochester

125 East Main Street
Rochester, New York, USA, 14604

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Art + Culture

Dryden Theatre

Honor the art of cinema at Dryden, a 500-seat theatre and exhibition space that champions historical, original nitrate film almost every week.

Geva Theatre

Visit this dark-orange, renovated 19th century arsenal building for classic stage shows like A Christmas Carol, or new historical productions like The Agitators.

Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre

Opened almost 100 years ago, Kodak Hall remains the premier stage for local musical talents reigning from the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester.

Food + Drink

Flight Wine BarLa Luna

Pull up a seat to the stylish black tablecloth and break apart a crispy flatbread. La Luna offers an exclusive terrace with breathtaking waterfall views.

Attractions

Little Theatre

Stay current with indie and foreign films, or enjoy rotating art exhibits, live music performances, and post-show coffees at this theatre with a café.

Rochester Museum and Science Center

Learn about local history, science, and technology without losing sight of the fun. The Center offers planetarium shows and a Nature Center.

RockVentures

Gear up and get climbing at this extraordinary gym with 18,000 sq ft of ropes courses and rock climbing walls.

Parks + Recreation

Aqueduct Park

Walk along the Genesee River when the weather warms up, or watch fireworks shows on holidays. The picnic benches are the perfect spot for taking in the gorgeous green park.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park at Manhattan Square

In the summer, admire the reflection pool by the tree-lined plaza; in the winter, invite your family for ice skating on the water.

Webster Park

Stare out over Lake Ontario as your fishing lure bobs on the water. Webster is the premier park for camping, nature trails, and multi-purpose field activities.