Come for the Barons, Stay for the Winter Fun

Rochester, N.Y. Has Great Hockey and So Much More This Coldrush Season

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ — During Rochester NY’s coldrush season there is so much to do in addition to seeing the Barons take on the Amerks, live at the Blue Cross Arena. Come support the Barons during the February 18th game, cheer them on, and then take advantage of Rochester’s many specialized hotel packages — there’s a lot to see during Rochester’s coldrush!

With plenty of unique hotel packages, many offering passes to local museums — including Strong Museum/National Toy Hall of Fame, George Eastman House, and the Rochester Museum & Science Center, it’s the perfect time to discover Rochester. Maybe the kids will want to meet Clifford the Big Red Dog, in person, at Strong Museum, or you may want to breathe an early scent of spring as the historic home of Eastman Kodak founder George Eastman presents “Dutch Connection” filling the house with over 2,000 tulips.

Or, if you want to keep your activities purely out of doors, try ice skating, cross-country skiing, or snowshoeing in any of Monroe County’s picturesque parks. Or, visit Cumming Nature Center or Genesee Country Village & Museum’s Nature Center for additional scenic vistas. And of course, the skiing is plentiful — whether you want to take to the slopes yourself at Bristol Mountain, or watch the pros during the NASTAR Race Series at Swain Ski & Snowboard Center (also available for public skiing).

For more information on what’s happening in Rochester, visit, or call 800/677-7282.

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