Clarence in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Antique Stores. Discover best things to do in Clarence with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Clarence
4 based on 35 reviews
We are Canadians who have been going to this flea market for 40+ years. During the good weather, they have the outdoor flea market. We also go to the indoor buildings in the cold weather. My grandson (11) loves the indoor buildings especially for military items as he loves history.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
it is the most beautiful park i ave been to other than letchworth,so much to see and do.easy access,beautiful scenery even if your just passing thru its a must to stop and see.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Kutters cheese has been a treat for as long as I can remember. Trips there with my Dad will always be so special to me. There is something called Cheese Curds. I'm not sure if it is unique to Kutters, however it will put string cheese and baby bels to shame. These little nuggets of wonderful "scaps" are delish and come in many different flavors. Some are mild and some very pungent. But they scrape the barrel to make them, so of course you can get regular chunks or slices too.
4 based on 489 reviews
Walden Galleria is the Buffalo-Niagara region’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. With over 200 specialty shops, 10 sit-down restaurants, an international food court, an indoor karting racetrack and a Regal Cinemas Stadium 16, Walden Galleria truly dominates the retail market. Walden Galleria attracts over 23 million visitors a year by offering an impressive and unique selection of merchants that cannot be found anywhere else in the market including Anthropologie, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, lululemon athletica, a Microsoft Retail Store, RPM Raceway, Urban Outfitters and many more!
Went there on a major shopping trip. This place has it all. Spent hours there and still didn't see it all. My kids were crazy for the stores as a number of them are unavailable in Canada. Ate across the mall at Olive Garden (was awesome) but I would try the Cheesecake Factory next time. Looked great and is very highly rated. One thing caught me a little off guard. There is a significant Security presence everywhere. Mall staff and a number of police officers. I'm sure you get used to it but just caught me a little unawares. Not a problem. I'd go back in a minute. If you're a sports fan, the Dicks sports was awesome. Lots of parking too and this was a clear and busy Saturday.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This is located within the town of Clarence. Those who take care of the paths and the area in general have done a wonderful job. I visited this area just to take a walk and I was very pleased with the silence and the woods and all the many paths to walk. An escape from the everyday and a five minute ride from home. I'd suggest bug spray during the season. And also rain gear if it should rain. You can spend an hour here without realizing it! And I go there often.
5 based on 55 reviews
Private financed park focused on celebrating America's heroes, from World War II through the current conflicts, 9-11 event, and 1st responders. Great teaching site.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I have never been to a salt cave before and was excited to finally try it when Aura opened close to home in East Amherst. What an amazing experience and place! It was very easy to book my appointment online and I received confirmation right away. As soon as I arrived I was greeted by such a friendly staff that explained everything. You can tell the owners really took much care and pride into their business and are excited to share this with their customers.
The cave itself is beautifully done and was so relaxing. The soft lighting, the relaxing music, the trickle of the fountain, and no cellphones! I thought it might be hard to sit there for 45 minutes but the time flew by and I felt great. Its definitely chilly in there but you are given a blanket to cover up with. I had a t-shirt on and would probably wear long sleeves for next time because I was a little chilly at times.
After the salt cave I decided to try out the infrared sauna to hopefully help with some aches and pains. I have never used an infrared sauna and it was pretty similar to a regular sauna experience but much more manageable. You are led into a private room with plenty of towels, a cold wet cloth and water. I was shown how to use the machine and adjust the heat. I had no issues with staying in the sauna for the entire time since the heat is not as intense as a normal sauna. It was such a relaxing experience and felt great going from the cold salt cave to the warm sauna.
I did both treatments back to back to try them out. There is a special running this month that made it really affordable to do both. I think I would probably do one at a time in the future because of the cost but the back to back was definitely a treat! I highly recommend Aura and can't wait to go back!
5 based on 97 reviews
Buffalo's #1 live action escape games. Hollywood movie set design and special effects. Choose from "Escape The Serial Killer", "Locked In A Room With A Zombie", and "Escape The Pharaoh's Tomb" more games opening soon! Rated one of the best escape rooms in the country!
I would totally recommend coming to these escape rooms! My friends and I have been two the two out of the 3 such as : The serial killer and the locked in the room with a zombie and both were a 10 out of 10! If you are trying to seek a adrenaline rush go to on of these escape rooms and also if you like horror!
4 based on 10 reviews
Burgers are generally massive & outstanding! Fresh cut fries are awesome and plentiful. Have a fantastic daily lunch special of a "personal" 1 item pizza (Like 10 inches or so) and 6 wings for $8.75. I always end up taking half the pizza home. Tuesdays have a dozen wings for $5.00. Their wings are generally quite good. Nearly always crispy when asked. The only downside is even if you're the only one in the place ordering, it may come in 20 minutes, or it may come after 45 minutes. I don't know why. A couple times I almost left, because I was beyond my hour lunch for work and still hadn't been served...twice I had to ask for it to go. But almsot always very good to great.
5 based on 6 reviews
Clarence Historical Museum features artifacts and collections about the Town of Clarence New York as the first town in Erie County in 1808. These artifacts include one room schools, toys,local business,and old farming equipment. Unique to our museum is the original Wilson Greatbatch workshop where he invented the Implantable Cardiac Pacemaker. This exhibit has his prototypes and testing equipment
This is a must stop if you're interested in one of the oldest towns in the WNY area. The museum is filled with artifacts, many of which have been donated by residents, and gives visitors a wonderful opportunity to view the history of this area.
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