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Black Friday & Shop Small Saturday Alert!

There's gifts out there made locally and only available at mom & pop gems - right here in Wyoming County! So here's a Shop Small Saturday rundown to help you save money, find the perfect gift and help you enjoy a mirth-filled start to the holiday season. SPOILER - we snuck in some Black Friday goodness in here as an appetizer (because we LUV U).

Welcome to the Western New York Antique Trail

Located between East Aurora (Route 400) and Mt. Morris (Route 390), explore some of the region’s most eclectic and unique antique stores. Take a scenic drive through rolling hills and marvel at these cozy rural communities in search of hidden treasures, secret gems and one-of-a-kind antiques.

Wyoming County: The History of the Underground Railroad

Wyoming County played a vital role in the Underground Railroad - and our new brochure details the story of this escape route - that took fugitive slaves from points south, through this area of Western New York, and into Canada by way of Buffalo. Learn about the extensive history we have here, and request a FREE brochure!

 
Arcade and Attica Railroad

Wyoming County is a four season destination! 

Hiking, culinary treats, hot air ballooning. Camping, craft beverages, cross-country skiing. From Letchworth State Park - the “Grand Canyon of the East” and the historic Arcade and Attica Railroad, to the exotic animals at Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, Wyoming County in Western NY is your destination for family-fun & outdoor adventure!


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mother and child choose a Christmas tree
Christmas Tree Farms

Make a special family memory - pick the perfect real tree for the holidays. We have plenty of amazing options for you – from U-Cut to Pre-Cut & even freshly prepared wreaths. These real trees will be a special centerpiece in your home and a cherished experience you'll always remember. Celebrate the holidays by supporting our local Christmas tree farms!


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