Looking for the perfect gift? Stroll down Main Street in Williamsville to shop and enjoy quaint storefronts decorated for the holidays.
Marvel at the ornate Christmas decorations with a five-star dinner at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens.
Need a gift for the fashionista on your list? Find designer brands for less at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls.
Don’t forget a trip to the Walden Galleria! With over 200 stores, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list.
Take a moment to remember the reason for the season at the European style Italian Renaissance cathedral, Our Lady of Victory Basilica & National Shrine.
There’s something magical about holiday lights. Spend an evening taking in the splendor of the Festival of Lights at Our Lady of Fatima Shrine or the Fairgrounds Festival of Lights.
Christmas is always in season at the Woyshner’s Christmas Shoppe, a 15,000 square foot store filled with santas, snowmen, and stockings.
See the biggest exhibition of poinsettias in Western New York and enjoy the beauty of nature at the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens holiday display.
Sing along to your favorite carols at the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Holiday Pops Concert.
Main Street in East Aurora is another great place to find unique gifts. Be sure to stop at Vidler’s 5 & 10, a shopping experience reminiscent of the early 1900s. Shop at the Made in America Store where all items are 100% American made.
Have lunch at the lovely Roycroft Inn before touring the Roycroft Campus to learn about Elbert Hubbard and the Arts and Crafts Movement. Then stop by the Roycroft Copper Shop Gallery, which features handcrafted artisan items or take in a class at the new Power House.
If you’re in town in early November, head over to the Christmas in the Country Craft Show. It’s consistently judged one of the top craft shows in the nation!
Plan a stop at Designing Dish where you can paint your own pottery to create a one-of-a-kind present, made with care. They’ll even ship your project home for you after you leave.
Attend a holiday-themed play at the Lancaster Opera House and see the village of Lancaster transformed into “Christmasville.”