Clarence: Charming & Historic

Erie County’s first township – dating back to 1808 – is teeming with historic charm. Sip afternoon tea or enjoy a fine dining experience and overnight stay at an inn built in 1853. Sample one of the signature smoked cocktails at the Humbert House, housed in an old pharmacy that dates back to 1864. The history lesson continues with a visit to the hamlet of Clarence Center. The Eshelman Building, constructed shortly after the Civil War, is now home to a unique gift shop and toast café. Treat your sweet tooth to a sugary surprise at Dawn’s Candy Shack or Papa’s Popcorn. Linger long enough to cap off the evening with a glass of Cabernet on the newly-expanded patio at Gertie’s.  History loves company!

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Points of Interest

THINGS TO DO

EAT & DRINK

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Antique World & Marketplace

Antique World & Marketplace

11111 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Akron Falls Park

Akron Falls Park

44 Parkview Dr.
Akron, NY 14001

3 Old Dogs Antiques

3 Old Dogs Antiques

11079 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Adelaide's at the Asa Ransom House

Adelaide's at the Asa Ransom House

10529 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Antiques at the Glencroft

Antiques at the Glencroft

10210 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Arrowhead Golf Club and Timberland Lodge

Arrowhead Golf Club and Timberland Lodge

12292 Clarence Center Road
Akron, NY 14001

Asa Ransom House

Asa Ransom House

10529 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Bocce Club Pizza - Clarence

Bocce Club Pizza - Clarence

6235 Goodrich Road
Clarence, NY 14032

Buffalo Joe's Cafe

Buffalo Joe's Cafe

8611 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

Buffalo Road Imports

Buffalo Road Imports

10120 Main Street
Clarence, NY 14031

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