There are a number of outstanding hotels near the National Comedy Center, including the Chautauqua Harbor Hotel and the Doubletree by Hilton Jamestown, both of which feature National Comedy Center Vacation Packages. Learn more here.
With bed and breakfasts, inns, resorts, vacation home rentals, cottages, campgrounds and hotels, visitors to Jamestown and Chautauqua County have a range of options where they can stay for a night or book an extended vacation. Check out our premier hotel partners here. The Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau can also help you find the right place. Call 866-908-4569 or visit tourchautauqua.com
Chautauqua Lake, the Lake Erie Grape Region and Greater Jamestown, NY offer plenty of reasons to bring family and meet friends in Chautauqua County year-round. Experience Chautauqua Institution, Peek’n Peak Resort and Lake Erie Wine Country. With five amazing lakes and numerous waterways, no part of the Chautauqua-Lake Erie Region is more than 20 minutes from open water. An abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities from hiking, camping, fishing and skiing exist. Sit down to a farm to table feast, enjoy the performing arts and tour historical attractions. Find annual festivals, sporting events, and affordable family fun on the Chautauqua County Event Calendar. Plan your adventure today.
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, the “First Couple of Comedy,” have been proudly honored right here in Lucy’s hometown of Jamestown, NY by the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum since 1996. For decades, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz played a vital and pioneeering role in television and on the big screen. We’re fortunate to have the privilege of preserving their legacies, presenting their life stories and showcasing the extraordinary impact they had on the world — through rare artifacts, wardrobe, props, and creative papers on display, as well as the awards they received and photographs and video of their personal and professional lives. There are always new exhibits to explore as we continue to put rarely-seen items from the extensive Lucy and Desi Archive on display.
As Chautauqua County’s year-round hub for culture and commerce, Jamestown offers a unique mixture of rural relaxation and urban flair. Here, laughter, knowledge and nature are equally revered, producing an environment where people and businesses can create and flourish.