Learn more about Cattaraugus County's history at any of the following museums.
At one time, Cattaraugus County was a hub for cutlery creation in the United States.
Seneca-Iroquois National Museum presents a special screening from Rezolution Pictures of "Rumble: Indians who Rocked the World" at the Ray Evans Seneca Theater. This will be FREE and open to the public. After watching the film which premiered at the 2017 Sundance and won for Masterful Storytelling, there will be a
Join us for Spooktacular Family Fun Day at the Museum. Activities include Kid's Crafts, Food & Craft Vendors & the Annual Scary Stories in the Museum! Scary Stories will be 3pm-5pm. Contact Jennifer Jimerson for more information, 716-945-1760 or jenniferjimerson [at] sni [dot] org Free Admission on this Day!
The Allegany Area Historical Association will feature speaker Larry Kilmer in an upcoming event held at their Heritage Center in the Village of Allegany. The Olean Street Car Company operated in our area from the 1860's to 1927. It ran from Olean to Allegany, all the way to Little Valley, Bradford, Bolivar, Shingleho
It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!!
View the visitor's guide online
request that the Enchanted Mountains guide
be snail mailed to you for FREE!
Over 450 Miles of state funded snowmobile trails, including 69 miles within Allegany State Park.