Bloomfield in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Nature & Wildlife Areas. Discover best things to do in Bloomfield with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Bloomfield
5 based on 42 reviews
PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT (585-455-1203) TO treat yourself to a visit at our 175 year old farm. Our alpaca farm is the largest in the Finger Lakes area. You will have the opportunity to meet our herd of more than 60 alpacas. Learn about the daily care of these interesting animals, view our vintage barns and spend some time in our gift shop. Please call for an appointment as this is a working farm and we would like to greet you on your arrival. 585-455-1203
We visited the farm for a tour w/ local and out-of-town family. As mentioned in their brochure I called to set up a mutually convenient tour time.
We were fortunate in the timing since a baby had been born a few days earlier...what an experience to feel its soft coat!! They certainly are curious animals and interesting to watch and be as up close to them as they want to be with us. Mark gave an excellent, informative and unhurried tour and answered our numerous questions as we went along. Quite an impressive operation!
We enjoyed browsing (& purchasing) in the shop. This is a stop we'd certainly bring others to visit.
They were easy to find - we just put their address in our GPS. The sign on the road directed us where to enter. A nice country setting on a back road ... exactly where you'd expect to find a farm. :-)
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Stopped by on a beautiful, unseasonably warm day and it was wonderful! A beautiful place with lots of shady spots, picnic tables, parking, seating, etc...everything one needs to enjoy a great day in or around the water. Loved seeing all of the folks swimming, boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, etc. If I lived here, I would be at Kershaw Park all the time, year-round.
If I could make one suggestion, however, it would be wonderful if there were some food trucks or carts here where one could grab something to eat. I think they would be a huge hit!
4.5 based on 143 reviews
Right up there with Nordstrom's in service and selection. Wife just came back and couldn't stop talking about the service people. She also bought a very expensive shawl, but the whole thing was worth it. Can't understand why the other places have forgotten that service sells. Great store, we'll be back.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
The new Seneca Art & Culture Center is an interactive, interpretive facility at Ganondagan telling the story of the Seneca and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) contributions to art, culture and society for more than 2,000 years to the present day. The gift shop features beautiful Seneca and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) art, jewelry, basketry, clothing, and our heirloom Iroquois White Corn products. A 17th-century bark longhouse replica (open May- Oct) reflects the life of the Seneca people who once lived here. Three marked ethno-botanical and historical trails invite you to walk and learn more about us. Heirloom gardens and fields of native grasses are contemporary reminders of the land's origins. Our festivals and special events share the culture of our people through dance, music, arts, sports, storytelling and other Iroquois traditions. Visit Ganondagan to discover the living culture and natural world of the Seneca people at their historic Town of Peace.
I was surprised to find such a modern structure sitting in the midst of rolling farmland/hills here in Victor. While I am not sure if this type of structure fits with the natural surroundings or acts as a tribute to the Iroquois/Ganondagan, I was impressed and most definitely appreciated the fact that the structure is set within the earth so as it tries to blend in with the natural contours of the land. The museum is not large - it can be covered in about an hour or so. The exhibits are exceedingly informative and well thought out. There are numerous interactive exhibits which I enjoyed as well. There is a traditional Iroquois long house situated up the hill at the rear of the museum. This is an excellent recreation. There are several hiking/walking trails surrounding the museum. The museum staff was very friendly and was always available to provide additional information. I'd like more people to know about this museum so they can understand about the culture of a people who lived here long before Europeans arrived.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My wife and I enjoy going to this casino. The staff is helpful and friendly, the slots are laid out well, and the facility is kept clean. There are serve yourself beverage stations and two bars if you would like something other than soda or...MoreHi Robert, Thanks for your comments! We're glad you enjoy visiting Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, and we'll strive to continue providing special experiences for our Guests each time they visit.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
We are a nano brewery located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. We're just minutes from Honeoye Lake and Bristol Mountain. All of our beer is made in house while sourcing as many local ingredients as possible. Cozy atmosphere with live music and the occasional food truck.
Great place. Nice setup. They put a lot of work into this place. Right next to the wizard if clay. They had 5 beers. The watermelon wheat was good. They had 3 IPA'S for people who like the hoppy beer. They do have some new brews coming soon. We will be back to try them!
4.5 based on 620 reviews
Sonnenberg Gardens is a historic estate showcasing nine formal gardens, an antique greenhouse complex, and a Victorian mansion. Sonnenberg also features a gift shop, the Finger Lakes Wine Center, and wedding/reception rental facilities.
We visited last week. Unfortunately, the gardens are past their prime for the season. We had a very nice time here, but came away wishing they had more funds available to finish renovating the house and gardens. The young man volunteering that day was very knowledgeable. All in all, I would certainly recommend a visit. Very interesting.
5 based on 7 reviews
Formed in 1952, the Antique Wireless Museum is dedicated to the history of the technologies used to communicate from the first telegram to today's wireless text messaging. Located in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, the Museum is just a short drive from Rochester and Canandaigua. Visit the Museum and experience 200 years of communication history. Walk through the actual Delano, California Voice of America Station Control Room and a 250,000 Watt Collins Transmitter. See the first cell phone (cell phone number 1), hear the thunder of a 1,000 Watt spark transmitter demonstrated, see the Western Union Museum exhibit, the Titanic Radio Room exhibit, the first transistor radio ever made, walk into a 1925 radio store, see the first television in Rochester, and much, much more. Kids and teens are always admitted free.
We had three generations tour the museum together and there was something for everyone in the new, well-lit facility. Our docent was friendly, and able to address questions expertly from both the engineer and the child in our group.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
18 Hole Public Golf course. Voted as top 5 Public Courses you can play in New York (Golf magazine) Selected as 5th Best New Course to open in 2003 (Golf Digest) 5 Sets of Tees for enjoyment of all levels. Full Service Golf Shop and Golf Range GPS System on all electric carts Year Round banquet facility for Weddings and special events up to 200
This venue for a wedding is fantastic. This was one of the best wedding venues I have been to! The staff was on top of everything that needed to be done, the waitresses were professional and efficient. I can't speak more highly of this venue. It was beautiful and the staff clearly worked with the bride to make it her special day!
4.5 based on 129 reviews
It was nice to walk along the pier...watching people picnicking, reading, walking, boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, etc...just generally enjoying the beautiful weather and the water. It would have been nice if there had been some food trucks or carts along the way to be able to grab something to eat.
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