From the natural beauty of the Allegany forest to the birthplace of America’s first lady of comedy, the Chautauqua/Allegany region has a number of historical treasures for visitors to discover and explore. Visitors will appreciate the small towns that attract some of the biggest names in the literary, musical and artistic fields. People can travel through one of the state’s largest parks and visit structures built by President Franklin Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps. Quaint villages, majestic forests and picturesque lakes all await visitors to the Chautauqua/Allegany Region.
With its 27-mile range, Dunkirk Lighthouse is one of the most prominent beacons on Lake Erie. Also known as known as Point Gratiot Light, this active lighthouse was established in 1826; the current... more
The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center in Jamestown, Lucy`s hometown, celebrates the legacy of the First Couple of Comedy with memorabilia, awards, video and photographs from their lives and film and... more