Chautauqua County has a number of world-renowned tourist attractions, including:
A historic Victorian village that features a 9-week summer season of art, education, lectures. top entertainment, religion, recreation and much more.
Lily Dale Assembly:
The world's largest spiritualist community is host to special entertainment - Sacred music, Victorian Weekends and many more events. Plus seminars, workshops, public clairvoyance and healing services during each 10-week summer season.
Lucy-Desi Museum and National Comedy Center:
Honoring the “First Couple of Comedy” in Lucille Ball’s hometown of Jamestown, NY the Lucy Desi Museum & the National Comedy Center offers an intimate look into the lives and careers of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Featuring original costumes, props, Emmy Awards, and life size “I Love Lucy” studio sets, the attraction is open 7 days a week!
Lake Erie Wine Trail:
Tour America's Grape Country with over 30,000 acres of vineyard, 25 wineries, and a Grape Discovery Center along Lake Erie throughout a 50 mile stretch from Silver Creek, NY to Harborcreek, PA. Grape growers in Chautauqua County produce approximately 65% of New York State's total annual grape harvest. Wineries are open throughout the year - for special events and a map, visit Lake Erie Wine Country here
The PGA is BACK IN CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY
with the LECOM Health Challenge!
The Chautauqua Region Economic Development Corporation (CREDC) served as the host organization for the 2018 LECOM Health Challenge, and will continue to serve as the host organization for this event each year through 2019.
The LECOM Health Challenge is part of the Web.com PGA Tour and is played on the Upper Course at Peek'n Peek Resort this July 2018! A week-long schedule of events includes a Pro-Am on Tuesday, July 3, followed by four official rounds of tournament competition, July 5-8, 2018.
Visit the Peek'n Peak Resort website here
or the LECOM Health Challenge website here
for more information.
*For a full list of tourism attractions, accommodations, events, and more please visit the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau website here.