- Our list of the best things to do in Jamestown, New York, features the top 31 nearby activities — including 11 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Jamestown, NY has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Amusement, and Food & Drink.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of Jamestown, NY , followed by 15 popular activities in nearby cities, including Warren and Fredonia
Lake Erie Speedway offers race competitors the opportunity to compete in five race divisions including the Plyler Overhead Door Modifieds (NASCAR), Street Stocks (NASCAR), Compacts (NASCAR), Legends (U.S. Legend Cars International) and Bandoleros (INEX).
A Mediterranean-style vineyard, built in 1973, Mazza Vineyards, has been specializing in Germanic and European blended wines for over 40 years. In addition to wine tastings, guests can take a guided tour of the wine cellar.
Services available at the Ellicottville Oasis Spa include massage therapy, facials, waxing treatments, nail care, and eyelash extensions. There are also many products that can be purchased, including the Osmosis skincare line.
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6557 Holiday Valley Road, Ellicottville, NY 14731 MoreLess Info
Within Holiday Valley is the Sky High Aerial Adventure Park. There are a series of platforms and bridges built within a four acre section of the woods, which offers a zip line course, climbing forest, and a moutain coaster.
The Winery of Ellicottville offers both tastings and tours of the facilities. Special events are conducted frequently, including unqiue tasting experiences like wine and chocolate pairings and seasonal festivals with music.
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1932 Zippo Drive, Bradford, PA 16701 MoreLess Info
A museum that collects and repairs lighters and knives, the Zippo/Case Museum offers a self-guided tour of the building and factory. The building and the history of the American success stories make this visit an attraction.
Originally opened in 1956, the Lake Shore Railway Museum is located in what was once the New York Central Railroad passenger depot. The museum maintains a collection of classic locomotives and other railroad artifacts and memorabilia.