Lucille Ball Attractions

Lucille Ball’s Childhood Residences:
Lucille Ball’s Birthplace: 69 Stewart Avenue, Jamestown
Lucille Ball’s Childhood Home: 59 Lucy Lane (Formerly 8th St.), Celoron

Lake View Cemetery
(907 Lakeview Avenue, Jamestown, 665-3206):
Visit the final resting place of Lucy and her family at the Hunt family plot in Lake View Cemetery.

Desilu Studios
(2 W. 3rd St.):
Jamestown’s Desilu Studios displays exact replicas of the “I Love Lucy” television studio sets including the Ricardos’ New York City apartment living room and kitchen and the Holleywood hotel suite where Lucy pantomimed with Harpo Marx and set her nose on fire with William Holden. Also featured are a life-sized mural of the original studio audeince, the opportunity to do your own version of Vitameatavegamin, original props and costumes from “I Love Lucy,” and much more.

Lucy Desi Museum
(10 W. Third Street, 484-0800):
The Museum maintains a signficant collection of their parents’ personal belonging. Costumes, gowns, photogrpahs, letters, scripts, and awards are among the memorabilia on display. Exhibits change periodically, providing something new for your return.

Murals:
Lucy’s hometown of Jamestown, NY honors “America’s Favorite Redhead” with five murals painted by local artist Gary Peters. See these larger-then-life paintings on your next visit to Lucy’s hometown!

Jamestown, NY

 

Jamestown Savings Bank Ice Arena

www.jamestownarena.com

Home to the Jamestown Southern Tier Xpress Hockey, public ice skating, events center.

 

 

 

Fenton History Center

www.FentonHistoryCenter.org

A museum and research center focused on the heritage of Jamestown. Was the former mansion of NYS Governor Ruben Fenton.

 

 

 

Robert H. Jackson Center

www.RobertHJackson.org

Global source of information for the life and legacy of Robert H. Jackson.

 

 

 

Reg Lenna Civic Center

RegLenna.com

Historical theater that featured many Vaudeville actors, and other entertainment performers. Today it is host to LucyFest and many other events and shows.

 

 

 

Audubon Nature Center & Sanctuary

www.JamestownAudubon.org

600-acre wildlife sanctuary with several observation opportunities. Includes exhibits, bird collection and Nature Store.

 

 

Other Local Attractions

 

Lake Erie Wine Country

www.LakeErieWineCountry.org

40 mile long Wine Trail featuring 23 different wineries with their own unique flavors and award winning wines.

 

 

 

Lily Dale Assembly

www.LilyDaleAssembly.com

The world’s largest spiritualist community. Host many events throughout the year.

 

 

 

Peek N Peek Resort & Spa

www.PknPk.com

Take a week and spend time skiing in the winter or playing golf in the summer. Features a newly renovated hotel and spa.

 

 

 

Chautauqua Institution

www.CIWeb.org

Historic community where visitors come to find intellectual and spiritual growth.

 

 

 

Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel

www.SenecaAlleganyCasino.com

Just a short drive away, offering several entertainment options including gaming, concerts & events, luxury dining, and world class spa and hotel service.

 

 

 

Niagara Falls State Park

www.NiagaraFallsStatePark.com

The oldest state park in America with the best view of Niagara Falls. Near many other attractions including the “Maid of the Mist” and “Cave of the Winds.”

 

 

To see more activities Chautauqua County has to offer, check out: TourChautauqua.com