Salamanca Travel Guide

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Salamanca Things to Do

  • Seneca-Iroquois National Museum

    Off of Route 86, in the north Allegany State Park is the Allegany Indian Reservation. In Salamanca, the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum offers visitors an acuarte historical account of the local tribes' life and culture both before and after the influences of the Europeans. The museum (cameras aren't allowed) has constructed, indoors, and example...

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  • Salamanca Rail Museum

    This is a small museum considering the important impact on Salamanca that the railroads had.It is self-guided walk through the exhibits in the main building and access to several railroad cars outside where the kids can see the real thing.The building is a restored railroad depot with examples of old tickets and lanterns and seats and everything...

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  • Seneca Iroquois Museum

    This small museum is dedicated to remembering the life, history and contributions of the Seneca nations. It is operated by Native Americans and costs only $5. You are on a self-guided tour of half-a-dozen rooms of Indian artifacts, historical documents, treaties, and exhibits. There is artwork and history plaques about each of the six nations that...

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Salamanca Shopping

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    by davecallahan Written Apr 29, 2007

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    Room after room after room of old stuff. That's how I see it.
    On the other hand, my wife thinks this place is a mecca for antiquers. She loves browsing through old photos and books and jewelry and fantasizing where an old table might go in the house.
    If you like antiques, then this is the place... 5500 square yards of space dedicated to old stuff.
    Each persons "contributions" are arranged in a little booth area with shelves and display cases for the small stuff. Most of it is touchable.
    So come on out here and take a look. You just might find that unique something you never knew you needed.
    (luckily for me, we were on vacation and had no room to get anything big or expensive).

    birds eye view of the mall
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Salamanca Warnings and Dangers

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    Salamanca has a crime risk rating well above average for a city in New York State.Non-violent crimes are not the issue (which is fortunate for tourists) but theft is prevelant.One in every 300 residents in Salamanca has been a victim of some type of theft every year.There are only 6 registered sex offenders in the area which is minimal for the size...

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  • Watch for Deer on all roads....

    Watch for Deer on all roads. This is an Indian Reservation area and sometimes the Indians shut down the Interstate because of the Government of New York State trying to tax their items they sell. Hopefully the Government will stay out of their business and let them sell tax free cigarettes and gas. New York state wants to sock it to everyone here.

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Salamanca Off The Beaten Path

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    by Randall_Burt Written Oct 4, 2002

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    One of my favorites is Bike riding. Allegany has a 3 to 4 mile bike path around Red House Lake. They have about 50 miles of bike riding around the park which Consist of two parks connected. Redhouse and Quaker Lakes.

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Salamanca Favorites

  • When Camping at Allegany State...

    When Camping at Allegany State Park I tell My Sons of Rickey Raccoon. They love it.Double Click on Picture to Make Him Dance.

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  • Quaker Beach is one of the...

    Quaker Beach is one of the nicest beaches in New York. But with it drained I had to have some fun with it and New York State. You would enjoy it but heres through My Sons eyes.

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  • Swimming at the Bridge....

    Swimming at the Bridge. Getting kicked out of the Area by Park Police. No swimming at Bridge. There is a waterfall under this bridge.

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