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Architecture for Lunch: High Falls

Tyler Lucero, former Landmark staff, will be leading these popular 25-minute lunchtime tours from 11:45-12:10 on Wednesdays, this summer. Learn about the history and architecture of Rochester’s downtown neighborhoods! Architecture for Lunch tours are FREE and open to the public. Held rain or shine. No reservations, just show up! This week, meet Tyler at 11:45 ... Read more

Architecture for Lunch: Liberty Pole & E. Main Historic District

Timed to fit in with busy schedules and week-day lunch breaks, these 20-minute presentations feature information about the history and architecture of downtown Rochester neighborhoods. Led by Tyler Lucero, educator and former Landmark staff member. Architecture for Lunch tours are FREE and open to the public, held rain or shine, for the most interesting lunch ... Read more

Eastman at St. Joseph’s Park

St. Joseph's Park NE Corner of Pleasant & N. Clinton, Rochester, NY

The Landmark Society is excited to continue our partnership with the Eastman Community Music School (ECMS) in programming five lunchtime Summer concerts at our historic urban park. Eastman at St. Joseph’s Park gives you the opportunity to hear artists from Eastman School of Music, Summer@Eastman, and ECMS. Parking: There is plenty of free street parking nearby, or ... Read more

Architecture for Lunch: St. Paul Blvd./ Garment District

Timed to fit in with busy schedules and week-day lunch breaks, these 20-minute presentations feature information about on the history and architecture of downtown Rochester. Led by Tyler Lucero, educator and former Landmark staff member. Architecture for Lunch tours are free and open to the public, held rain or shine, for the most interesting lunch ... Read more

Landmark Travels: Buffalo: From the Waterfront to the 28th Floor

There’s more to Buffalo’s architecture than the fabulous Frank Lloyd Wright sites! On this day trip to The Queen City we will experience Buffalo’s downtown architectural masterworks and newly developed Inner Harbor waterfront. We’ll start with a tour of the Art Deco masterpiece, Buffalo City Hall. Enjoy lunch at the Big Ditch Brewery, then a ... Read more

Architecture for Lunch: East End & Grove Place

Timed to fit in with busy schedules and week-day lunch breaks, these 20-minute presentations feature information about the history and architecture of downtown Rochester neighborhoods. Led by Tyler Lucero, educator and former Landmark staff member. This tour ends in time for you to enjoy a free concert in St. Joseph's Park! Architecture for Lunch tours ... Read more

Architecture for Lunch: Washington Square Park Neighborhood

Timed to fit in with busy schedules and week-day lunch breaks, these 20-minute presentations feature information about the history and architecture of downtown Rochester neighborhoods.  Led by Tyler Lucero, educator and former Landmark staff member. Architecture for Lunch tours are FREE and open to the public, held rain or shine, for the most interesting lunch break you’ve ... Read more

Architecture for Lunch: Four Corners & City Hall Historic District

Architecture for Lunch is back for the summer season! Timed to fit in with busy schedules and weekday lunch breaks, these 25-minute tours feature information about the history and architecture of downtown Rochester neighborhoods. Led by former Landmark staff member and educator, Tyler Lucero. Architecture for Lunch tours are FREE and open to the public ... Read more

Landmark Travels: Roycroft and Rails

Come with us to East Aurora, where we will tour the Roycroft Campus and Museum, home of the Arts and Crafts movement, enjoy an elegant luncheon, and have free time to explore more - including the famous Vidler’s five and ten cent store. Continue on for an early evening “Whiskey on Wheels” ride on the ... Read more

Inside Downtown Tour

Every year, The Landmark Society’s Inside Downtown Tour opens up urban environments where folks are creating exciting spaces to live and work in Rochester: we visit re-purposed spaces, renovated homes, lovingly preserved places, and newly built sites that are designed with sensitivity to the overall built environment.