Find things to do from engaging in programming to discovering culture and history in galleries and museums. Tour local farm markets and produce stands for products grown in Western New York. With four seasons, an elevation ranging from 500 to 2000 feet above sea level and five lakes, including Chautauqua Lake, Western New York’s largest inland lake, Chautauqua County offers plenty of outdoor recreation. Learn sports on land, water and snow at regional training centers. Find magnificent views and undisturbed landscapes while hiking, cycling, birding, and cross country skiing.

Chautauqua Belle

Steamboat cruises on Chautauqua Lake

Southern Tier Brewing Company

One of the Largest independent craft breweries

Chautauqua Institution

Historic victorian village that features a summer of art, education, lectures, entertainment, religion, recreation, and much more

Roger Tory Peterson

Institute of Natural History

National Comedy Center

The first state-of-the-art museum dedicated to telling the vital story of comedy in America

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