Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony not only advocated for women's rights, but they also helped the Underground Railroad in Rochester be successful.
The Women's Rights Movement was born in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. Several women led the charge for equality, including women's right to vote. Today you can pay your respects at these women's history sites across the state.
If you’re looking for something unique to do as summer comes to an end, visiting a sunflower farm is the perfect thing for you! Whether you’re gathering flowers for your vase, entertaining your kids, or trying to get the perfect…
Christmas in Rochester is home to several unique events, including a 19th century yuletide celebration, Christmas markets, and a keg tree lighting!
The best time to visit Rochester is in May during the Lilac Festival. Learn more about the festival and get some ideas for what to do after!