The Audubon Center and Sanctuary is owned and operated by Jamestown Audubon Society, Inc. whose mission is to connect people to nature and promote environmentally responsible practices through education at its center & sanctuary, and in the community.
Our facilities include over five miles of beautifully maintained trails on a 600-acre wetland preserve that includes a native tree arboretum and several educational gardens. Our 3-story nature center building contains a nature store, a small collection of live animals including fish, reptiles and amphibians, and interactive displays that inform and engage visitors of all ages. In addition, we care for a non-releasable bald eagle named Liberty, who provides us with many teaching and learning opportunities.
It is our hope that visitors will feel a deeper connection to the natural world and a deeper sense of wanting to care for it as a result of their visit to our Center.
The annual Monarch Butterfly Festival is held the last Saturday in August.
Throughout the year, we offer a wide variety of events and programs to people of all ages. Call to schedule programs for schools, scouts, youth groups, garden clubs, senior citizen clubs… any group you belong to! Or attend one of our festivals, events, or programs offered to the public. Our facilities are also available to rent for your special occasion. We have hosted weddings, family reunions, graduation parties, work-related workshops and retreats and much more.
Whether you need a quiet walk to relax and recharge, a resource for learning about the natural world and how to care for it, or a place to meet and socialize with like-minded friends, Audubon is the place for you! We look forward to meeting you.
THURSDAY 12-6 PM
FRIDAY 12-8 PM
SATURDAY 12-6 PM
SUNDAY 12-4 PM
Crary Art Gallery was established in 1977 as a nonprofit art museum by painter Genevieve Alden Walker Crary in memory of her husband, industrialist, philanthropist, and accomplished photographer Clare Crary. The Crary Art Gallery is dedicated to enriching the region’s cultural offerings through noteworthy temporary exhibitions, and the display of historical works both collected and produced by the Crarys.
The Permanent Collection includes early and mid-20th-century paintings and prints, Japanese silk screens, and photographs by Edward S. Curtis. There is an extensive inventory of Gene and Clare’s own paintings and photographs, some of which are always on display at the gallery.
The Crary Art Gallery also hosts changing temporary exhibitions, lectures, and events. The facility can be rented for weddings and private functions.
Miracle Mountain Ranch is a western-themed retreat center and summer camp that holds to high standards of excellence in facility, ministry, and message. As a non-profit, non-denominational organization, we are home to one of America’s largest Christian Summer Camp horse programs and offer many program activities, non-horse events, and a college-level School of Discipleship. Located in Spring Creek, Pennsylvania, we are approximately 40 miles southeast of Erie and 23 miles west of Warren, in the general vicinity of Meadville, Titusville, and Union City. For more information on our history, see our History page.
The Warren County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) organized to serve the community as a historic repository.
We have Events & Programs, Education, Historical Resources and Archives, Gift Shop, Genealogy Society, Local Historic Sites, Wilder Museum.