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Dunkirk Historical Lighthouse
PO Box 69, Lighthouse Point Drive, Dunkirk, NY 14048
Lighthouse was built in 1875, and has lighthouse keeper's rooms. Boats and Civil War cannons. Open April through December, 10AM to 2PM closed Sundays. Extended hours July through August, daily 10AM to 4PM, weather permitting, closed holidays.



Nannen Arboretum
Off Route 219
Ellicottville, NY 14731
(716)699-2377 (716)945-5200
The only arboretum in western New York. Has over 250 species on 8 acres. Special herb garden with 300 species of medicinal and culinary herbs. Japanese-style gardens. Paths for the disabled. Free admission. Handicapped accessible. Gardens open year round, daily during daylight hours.



Lana's The Little House
P.O. Box 267, Forestville, NY 14062
A beautiful storybook English Cottage, complete with English Gardens. For tours, retreats, photo backdrop, Think of an occasion or use! Open all year round -- reservations required.



The 1891 Fredonia Opera House
9-11 Church Street, Fredonia, NY 14063
(716)679-1891 (716)679-0899(fax)
Beautifully renovated turn-of-the-century theater. Open year round. Live performing arts events, guided tours, cinema series, music festivals, and professional summer stock theater. Call the Box Office for event schedule and ticket information: (716) 679-1891. Box Office open: Tuesdays through Saturdays from 2pm to 5pm.



New York and Lake Erie Railroad
50 Commercial Street, Gowanda, NY 14070
A 20-mile train ride through the contryside. Groups can opt for longer trips. Dinner excursions. Murder Mystery Dinner Theater.


Maple Springs:

Midway Park
Route 17, Maple Springs, NY 14756
Has go-carts, dock, open-air roller rink, arcade, trolley car park, mini-golf, free swimming, museum, paddleboats. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Tuesday to Sunday 1PM to sunset.



Chautauqua Belle Steamboat Cruises
15 Water Street, Mayville, NY 14757
Canoeing and boating trips on a replica of a 19th century steam-run paddlewheeler. Open May through October, call for hours.

Webb's Candy Factory Tour
Route 394, Mayville, NY
Tour of a candy factory. Watch candies being made in old- fashioned copper kettles. Samples available. Free admission. Open year round, Monday through Friday 10AM to 4PM.



Rock City Park
Route 16, Olean, NY 14760
Prehistoric ocean remains and the world's largest deposit of quartz conglomerate. Has a nture trail. Handicapped accessible. Open May through October 9AM to 6PM, extended hours July and August daily 9AM to 8PM.



Panama Rocks
Off Route 474
Panama, NY
A 25-acre outcropping of rock formation of primeval seashore. Approximately 60ft high. Has cliffs, mosses, rarewildflowers, cavernous dens, and hundreds of crevice passageways. Has a hiking trail. Open early May through mid-October, daily 10AM to 5PM.



Glover's Mill Evergy Center
Randolph, NY 14772
Mill from 1833 that used to be run by water power and models and demonstrations of alternative energy sources. Free admission. Open year round.


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