- TripBuzz found 19 things to do with kids in or near Fredonia, New York, including 16 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jamestown and Dunkirk.
- From Vineyard Falls to Lucky Lanes, the Fredonia area offers 62 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Mini Golf, History Museums and Theaters.
- A village located in the city of Pomfret, Fredonia, NY sits just south of Lake Erie. Fredonia is home to the State University of New York Fredonia, giving it a lively college town feel. Like much of New England, Fredonia has a rich history, including an operating opera house that used to serve as a vaudeville theater and many landmarks from the Iroquois tribe that used to inhabit the land.
The MUSEUM-D R BARKER is a historical museum featuring numerous archives and exhibits that display the history of the local area. The museum also contains two research libraries that promote learning about the history of the area.
Preserving and promoting the city's local heritage, the Dunkirk Historical Museum is a community staple. Exhibits in the museum include a railroad display, photographs and artifacts from the American Locomotive Company, and The King Neptune Fountain.
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1 Lighthouse Point Drive, Dunkirk, NY 14048 MoreLess Info
Popular for the historical tours of the area, the Dunkirk Lighthouse & Veterans Park Museum is a tourist hotspot. The lighthouse is still fully operational, offering expansive views of Lake Erie.
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483-493 Falconer Street, Jamestown, NY 14701 MoreLess Info
Used primarily for baseball, Russell E. Diethrick, Jr. Park is a stadium opened in 1941 that can hold up to 3,000 people. It has concessions and bleachers and can be used to see community college and high school baseball.
Jamestown Parks & Recreation is a department that is dedicated to preserving and providing high quality parks and program services to local residents. The department oversees little league sports including volleyball.
The Robert H. Jackson Center honors the life of former judge, lawyer and writer Robert H. Jackson. The center features exhibits on Justice Jackson, World War II, Nuremberg, Civil Rights, and Law as well as offering law-related educational programs.