2022 Inside Downtown Rochester Tour Returns to In-Person Format


SEPTEMBER 9 and 10

The Landmark Society of Western New York Inside Downtown Tour opens up urban environments where people are creating exciting spaces to live and work.  The 19th annual tour will take place in the area stretching from Washington Square to Alexander Street offering a look at repurposed buildings and new sites.  The hours are Friday, September 9 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, September 10, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The tour will extend from Washington Square to include Woodbury Lofts, the  new neighborhood on Adventure Place, and the Residences at Alex Park, among others. Sure to be a highlight is the in-depth tour of several sites at Innovation Square, featuring the mixed use and incredible views from Rochester’s tallest building.

Tour goers may have access to special deals at local refreshment spots throughout the neighborhood.

Tour and Ticket Details: Tour ticket will be good both Friday evening September 9 and Saturday during the day of September 10.  Participants may visit each tour stop one time, in any order that you desire.   The number of tickets is limited to encourage social distancing.  Masks must be worn in enclosed spaces, such as elevators and small rooms. Babies and children under 16 are not permitted on the tour.

Inside Downtown Tour Tickets are available online only, at landmarksociety.org and will be available by August 19th.

Advance purchase before September 8th is highly recommended and are $29 each. Landmark Society members receive a discount on advance sale tickets only, paying $24. After September 8th and If available, a limited number of tickets will be $35 at tour headquarters. Check our website for details.  

About The Landmark Society: The Landmark Society of Western New York, Inc. is one of the oldest and most active preservation organizations in America, serving nine Western New York counties. Formed in 1937, The Landmark Society continues to protect the unique architectural heritage of our region and promote preservation and planning principles that foster healthy and sustainable communities. For additional information about The Landmark Society, visit landmarksociety.org. The Landmark Society is supported in part by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.

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