While in the area visit
Erie Area Convention & Visitors Center for local information:   and

All Seasons Flea Market – Erie’s only indoor year round flea market and more. Located at the Millcreek Mall. (


 Bayfront Convention Center - Built 2 years ago, in the shape of a ship (4 masts, Bowed front won architectural awards for design. (


Bi-Centennial Tower – 187 ft tower built to commemorate our 200th anniversary. Whole area built with bricks (memorial) $100.00 each. (


Big Bertha (left side street red building) Erie’s first steam pump retired now.        Place of honor now open on weekends for viewing.  (


Burch’s Farm Market – Exquisite wine, produce, and bake shop surrounded by vineyards. (


Burger King Amphitheatre – Liberty Park Holds 4 – 7 thousand bring your own chair. Eight Great Tuesdays. Name groups - REO and Brooks & Dunn (


Condominiums – jutting out to water end condo when built was 1 million dollars - $400,000 last year.


Concourse of Union Station - A 1927 restored antique train station. Have lunch and learn the history. (

Courtyard WineryOne unique winery, offering two extraordinary brands!


Erie Brewing
–  See how beer is made. (

Erie County History Center
- a museum showcasing Erie’s unique history. (

Erie’s Land Lighthouse
– built in 1818 it is a source of pride for the Erie region (not open to the public -


Erie Water Authority – gravity fed behind it is fish hatchery built by Sons of Lake Erie last year. (


Findley Lake - a variety of quaint shops & boutiques as well as candle manufacturing. (


Firefighters Historical Museum – an authentic fire house located on 5th and Chestnut Housing memorabilia from as early as 1823. (


French Creek Trading Post - cool stuff from hot places. (

Frontier Park – runners park, jazz festivals, Tobogganing in winter.


Fuhrman's Cider Mill - Fully operational historic Cider Mill, OPEN YEAR-ROUND!(field trips and tours welcome!) Fully functional scratch Bakery: donuts, SPECIALTY cakes for all ...



Gabriel's - discount shopping with name brands at its best.



Goodell Gardens & Homestead - Help your garden grow. (

Hurry Hill Maple Farm Museum Association
- Hurry Hill Farm and its sugarhouse is a wonderful experience for visitors–children, families, sugar makers or anyone curious about nature’s pure product.


Kada Gallery – Tip Toad through the tulips (


Karen's Angels - angels and more. (


Kelly Hotel - The first stagecoach stop into New York Rt 20. Good food great ghost stories, and real ghosts. (


Marina Row – 3 yacht clubs, 7 marina’s, nightlife, good food at restaurants.


Maritime Museum - Learn about the battle of Lake Erie & tour the Flag­ship Niagara. (
Mason Farms
- a family farm market with unique and old fashion items. (

Mazza, Arrowhead, Penn Shore, Johnson Estates etc. - local wineries for tours & tasting. (,,,


Multi-Purpose Trail – Starts at Behrend College Ends at Presque Isle State Park.


Niagara Point – Erie’s only gated community. Houses start 1 million dollars.

Nobel Winery – Nestled on top of a hillside, this winery has an incredible view for miles around. A great place to sample their wine. (

Peek’n Peak Resort -  a year round resort that houses artifacts of the Reed Mansion. (

Presque Isle - Seven mile state park of white sand beaches and natural wildlife. (

Presque Isle Lighthouse – built in 1872 was 5 courses thick to withstand the severe cold and winds off the lake. Dubbed the loneliest place on earth by the first lightkeeper. (not open to the public -

Port Farms - Year-round fund (


Quincy Wine Cellars – Built in a renovated barn this winery has upscale food and good wine. (

Riverside inn
– Once world renown as a healing springs, this step back in time is relaxing with great food and fun dinner theatre. (


Romolo’s – Erie’s premier Chocolateer  - four generations (

Saint Patrick’s Church
- See life size stations and hear the wonderful history. (
Saint Peters Cathedral
– Erie’s only catholic cathedral, built in 1911 it houses the mural of the Diocese of Erie explaining Erie’s rich catholic heritage. Bishops are interred in the cathedral. (

Sara’s and Sally’s
– A original 1950’s diner with special artifacts and old fashioned make your own sundaes or root beer floats. (

Sheraton -200 room with walkway from convention center built high enough to accommodate the sail boat masts.


Shriners Hospital –first ever built. (


South Shore Winery – Bob Mazza’s newest winery with a stone arched tasting room. (

Station Dinner Theatre
– A delightful way to spend a day or evening with professional live theatre and wonderful food. (

Sunrise Senior Assisted Living Center (


Tom Ridge Environmental Center –Totally green building, Own water, own electricity, floating floors  no birds windows, lighting adjusts by outside conditions.

Towers representing wind, land, & water. Has information  on what you can do on Presque isle. Elevator to top (T) slow be patient. Great gift shop. (


Victorian Princess - A 3 story double-paddlewheel boat. Take a bay cruise or have lunch. (


Waldameer – 3 oldest contiously running amusment park free to park free to get in. (