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Seneca Oil Spring
Cuba, NY
In 1627 petroleum was found here for the first time in North America. Free admission. Open May through October.



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.



Fredonia Chamber of Commerce
69 West Main Street, Fredonia, NY 14063
Site of the first gas well in the United States, built in 1821.



Fenton Historical Society
67 Washington Street, Jamestown, NY 14701
Civil War-priod mansion built by Governor Reuben E Fenton. Includes memorabilia from the Victorian period, library, archives, and genealogy. Tours. Open year round, Monday through Saturday 10AM until 4PM. Closed holidays.


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