President Millard Fillmore both helped build and lived in this house from 1826-30, this museum in East Aurora has been ... More
Millard Fillmore House
President Millard Fillmore both helped build and lived in this house from 1826-30, 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.
Dine amongst Arts and Crafts history at the beautifully restored Roycroft Inn, a national historic landmark. The Roycroft Inn features
an artisan inspired menu highlighting regional and seasonal foods. Our Chef uses many locally produced ingredients in the preparation ...
The oldest business in East Aurora, this restaurant and former stagecoach stop operates in its original location. It first opened
its doors in 1824 and was frequented by the most prestigious of notables like Presidents Millard Fillmore and Grover ...
Located on the Roycroft Campus in the town of East Aurora, this picturesque country inn is one of 14 buildings
on the National Historic site where writer philosopher Elbert Hubbard started his utopian arts and crafts community in 1895. ...
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