Ticket to Jamestown

$35 is all it takes to gain access to six of Jamestown’s most popular attractions. Throughout the year, you will be able to skate around the arena, laugh along with Lucy, or delve into the secrets of the natural world.

“Your Ticket to Jamestown” is a one-time fee of $35 that is good for one year from the purchase date; each attraction can be visited once during that year.

Audubon Center and Sanctuary

The Audubon Center and Sanctuary has five miles of hiking trails to explore, as well as the three-story nature center building, with hands-on displays and the Blue Heron Gift Shop.

Fenton History Center

Celebrating the history of Jamestown, the Fenton History Center is housed in an 1863 mansion that was home to the governor and his family. The home is furnished with Victorian era furniture, and displays the proud history of Jamestown and the surrounding areas.

Jamestown Savings Bank Arena

The Jamestown Savings Bank Arena has two ice-rinks and hosts many events for the area. With “Your Ticket to Jamestown” you get free admission and skate rentals for one of their many Open Skate events.

Lucille-Ball-Desi Arnaz Museum

“I Love Lucy,” the number one TV show of all time, and the pride of Jamestown, NY is brought to life in two connecting museums, The Lucy Desi Museum, and the Desilu Studios. See original costumes and props from the show, or see if Desi should have hired you for the famous “Vitameatavegamin” commercial.

Robert H. Jackson Center

Study the life and ideas of Robert H. Jackson in the exhibit gallery and research room at the Robert H. Jackson Center in downtown Jamestown. Visit the gift shop, or take a personal tour of the historic 1860’s mansion.

Roger Tory Peterson Institute

The institute honors the life and work of Roger Tory Peterson, an accomplished naturalist and artist from Jamestown, NY. Works of local artists are on display along with Peterson’s prized paintings. Through events and exhibits, the Roger Tory Peterson Institute fosters a knowledge and appreciation of the natural world.

Tickets can be purchased online in the Jamestown Up Close store or the Fenton Museum Shop, or by calling 716-664-6256.