30 Lake Shore Drive East , Dunkirk, NY, US, 14048

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Leon Historical Society Museum

    The Leon Historical Museum was previously the Leon United Methodist Church building. This museum pertains to the historical heritage of Leon and is maintained by the Leon Historical Society.

    Route 62
    Leon, NY 14751

    »McClurg Museum

    This 14-room, Federal-style mansion houses the collections of the Chautauqua County Historical Society. The home was built in 1818 by James McClurg, a wealthy man originally from Pittsburgh. McClurg decided to build a more elegant home for his family, rather than a log home like most other settlers lived in. After the last of his descendants died, the home was left to the village to be used as a public building. It was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Displays on three floors pertain to the development of Chautauqua County and feature art, antiques, dolls and more, including an exhibit on Chautauqua County’s connection to president Abraham Lincoln. - Christine A. Smyczynski 

    15 East Main Street
    Westfield, NY 14787

    »Portage Hill Gallery

    Portage Hill Gallery is an art space that welcomes a variety of art forms that are unique and creative. Founded in 1982, this small venture blossomed into a famous art gallery that showcases works of local, regional and international artists. Apart from that, it also has an on-site framing studio, that provides you with excellent frames that not only complement the painting or photograph but further enhance its beauty. For more details on the gallery and other information, call ahead.

    6439 South Portage Road
    Westfield, NY 14787

    »Pennsylvania Railroad Station

    Stop by the Pennsylvania Railroad Station for a glimpse into the past. This historically significant railroad station was built in 1925 and has a picturesque decor with predominantly brick elements. This station served this region till 1950 and later was closed down. Now half of this railroad station has been converted into the interesting Depot Museum that explores the local culture and history.

    16 Water Street
    Mayville, NY 14757
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