Indoor Attractions

The Harmony Golf Club

The Harmony Golf Club is open in the Village Gate! Our private golf simulator is the perfect blend of technology and the timeless joy of golf! Whether you’re perfecting your swing or just looking for a fun way to spend time with loved ones, you can keep golfing inside all winter long.

Breaking Free Skatepark

Breaking Free Skatepark is the largest indoor skatepark in NY and the northeast. We offer 20,000sqft of wheel friendly fun for all ages and skill levels.

Radio Social

Radio Social is an entertainment experience and event venue located in Rochester’s historical Stromberg-Carlson warehouse.

The Little Theatre

The Little Theatre is the premier cultural center for the presentation of American independent and foreign films — as well as music and visual arts — for the greater Rochester community.

iSmash

iSmash locations are equipped with multiple rage rooms that can accommodate solo smashers and groups as large as 15 people. Walk-ins are accepted based on availability. Also axe throwing and splatter paint sessions are available!

Kodak Center

Kodak Center is a public gathering place for entertainment, conferences and events. The Rochester, NY facility houses the Kodak Center Theater, Kodak Visitor Center, the Challenger Learning Center of Greater Rochester and 400,000 square feet of space available to rent. Minutes from downtown, I-390 and I-590, Kodak Center is easy to access from anywhere in the metropolitan area and boasts more than 1,000 available parking spaces.

Our art-deco main stage, Kodak Center Theater, was built in 1958 and has 1,968 comfortable seats. It services a variety of programming, including national touring concerts, comedy, family shows, musicals, theatricals, lectures/seminars, general sessions and private receptions.
Rochester Broadway Theatre League

Entertaining today’s audiences. Inspiring tomorrow’s entertainers.

 

The Rochester Broadway Theatre League’s (RBTL’s) mission is to provide opportunities for all people to experience, understand and enjoy the best in arts and performance through its education programs, events, and activities. To fulfill its mission, RBTL strives to offer diverse performances that reflect the highest standards of excellence and to make those performances accessible to the broadest possible audience.

EXP Studio

EXP Studio is an innovative and hybrid multimedia production studio, agency, and learning center. We create innovative products, projects, and experiences and provide entertainment, resources, and growth opportunities for individuals, businesses, EXP Studio members & communities.

Our intention is to provide access and affordability to resources, collaborative workshops, and opportunities to help community members reach their dreams and build on their passions and hobbies faster. From gaming to art and performance to launching a business — if you can dream it, the EXP Studio is the place to make it happen.
Flower City Arts Center

We are a community-based not-for-profit that educates, encourages, and inspires all people to create and enjoy the visual arts. The Flower City Arts Center celebrated 50 years in 2020. Established in 1970, The Flower City Arts Center is located in a historic firehouse, constructed in 1895-1905 (Try to find evidence of the fire poles next time you’re here!). We are the only community visual arts center conveniently located within the City of Rochester. In 1973, the Arts Center incorporated as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit educational institution.

The Flower City Arts Center offers educational programs in a variety of visual arts with an emphasis on three areas: Printmaking & Book Arts, Ceramics, and Photography & Digital Arts. We produce youth programs, classes, and workshops, provide facilities to our studio artists, and exhibit work in our galleries. We collaborate with community groups for the benefit of all. Our photography, ceramics and book arts programs are available to community members of all ages, incomes and backgrounds.

Radio Social

Radio Social is the reincarnation of Clover Lanes, which opened on Monroe Avenue in Brighton in 1957. When the Clover Lanes building closed to make way for retail developments in 2016, owner Dan Morgenstern decided to take his family’s bowling business in a new direction.

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