Home to President Millard Fillmore from 1819-30, this museum in East Aurora has been designated a National Historic Site. It ... More
Millard Fillmore Museum
Home to President Millard Fillmore from 1819-30, this museum in East Aurora has been designated a National Historic Site. It contains many of the period pieces from that era, including the President's bed and antique toys. Originally purchased in 1930 to be used as a studio by artist Margaret Price (of Fisher Price), the house was bought by the Aurora Historical Society in 1975. Visitors can see the original pantry with tin ware and pottery, restored fireplace, the Presidential Rose Garden with pre-1840 varieties, and carriage barn. Admission is $2.
Known as Buffalo's city cemetery and in existence since 1849, this 267 acre property features the grave sites of some
of the city's most important citizens. Buried here are former U.S. President Millard Fillmore, Indian Chief Red Jacket, from ...
For over 70 years, folks in Erie and Niagara County have come to Niagara County Produce for their top choice
in quality produce. In season, choose from home grown apples, corn, peaches and more, along with floral items. In ...