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Chautauqua Institution

28 locals recommend
About this place
Not-for-Profit Org. A historic lakeside community that is dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values and to the enrichment of life.
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Michael
Michael
July 21, 2019
World renowned. Sits along Chautauqua lake. Concerts, worldwide lecturers, the beautiful village will take you back in time. A long time place for learning.
Maryfran
Maryfran
July 08, 2019
On Sundays you can get in free and take in the sights.
Vince
Vince
April 15, 2019
An historic Victorian village that features a 9-week summer season of art, education, lectures. top entertainment, religion, and recreation and much more Entertainment  Amphitheater has included such notables as Steve Martin,  Randy Travis, The Beach Boys, Loretta Lynn, Amy Grant and Mark Russell.
Austin
Austin
October 19, 2018
World Renowned Chautauqua Institute located only a 10 minute drive from this lake house
Heather
Heather
August 07, 2018
Internationally famous institution and amphitheater. Classical music, arts, performances, education.

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“Great atmosphere with indoor and outdoor seating & lake views! Good food, local beer and live music in the summer.”
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“One of America's oldest continually operating Amusement parks shelters the spinning and twirling cars of a Tilt-A-Whirl and a dragon-themed roller coaster. . A three-sided, 24-foot climbing wall challenges participants to spite gravity’s tyrannical reign before ringing the buzzer at its peak. Elsewhere, youngsters captain a kiddie boat or steer retro-modeled cars past a miniature roadway's street signs. Between rides, visitors can munch on cotton candy while peering out toward the shores of Chautauqua Lake from one of several picnic areas. ”
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Location
1 Ames Avenue
Chautauqua, NY 14722
Phone+1 716-357-6250
Websitechq.org