Looking for things to do in Rochester?
Looking for things to do in Rochester? Well, then, you’ve come to the right place. While I by no means claim to present an exhaustive list, I have attempted to make this as comprehensive a Things To Do While You’re In Rochester guide as possible.
First we come to things for the kiddies.
Kids will love a gift of tickets to Rochester’s new indoor trampoline park, Air Insanity.
Give them the opportunity to battle their friends at Archery Addiction, Rochester’s ultimate cross between archery and dodgeball.
A gift card to Roca Climbing and Fitness is a great gift for youth and adults.
Jets Gymnastics is a great place to take the kids for classes or open gym.
With the kiddies covered, time to think of Daddy and Mommy.
Instead of getting Dad a new tie for the 4th year in a row, he might enjoy a brewery tour.
Or, get Dad tickets to his favorite sporting event. Let Dad share his nostalgia for video games by bringing the kids to the Machine Shed.
If Mom doesn’t get into sports, video games, or breweries, you know she’ll love a spa day.
Then come Grandpa and Grandma.
You can get them a gift card for…you know what?
Instead of planning separately for everybody why not plan an event that everybody can enjoy?
Grandpa might enjoy a day at the brewery with Dad but Grandma might not want that. The kids might love going onto the trampoline…but I think we can safely agree the grandparents should not join them.
But what they all – Grandma and Grandpa, Mom and Dad, the kids – will love is a team effort at cracking our missions.
Seriously, are you seriously going to forget Grandma and Grandson working together to disarm a bomb?
Experiences, rather than physical things, are fast becoming the trend. And what better experience than to be locked in a themed room and have to find your way out with only 60 minutes on the clock?
If you look around, you’ll find a great gift for everyone on your list at one of these great local businesses. You can buy gift cards, or schedule a holiday event for your family, and contribute to the growth of Rochester’s “things to do” for families.