Millard Fillmore House

Millard Fillmore House

Fillmore, the nation’s 13th president, built the Millard Fillmore House, now a Historic Landmark, at 24 Shearer Avenue when he was a country lawyer in East Aurora in 1826. 

The Copper Shop - Roycroft Campus

The Copper Shop

Located on Historic Roycroft Campus and open year round. The Gallery houses work from over 90 local, national, and international artisans. 

Elm Street Bakery

Hubbard Museum

Located at 363 Oakwood Avenue in East Aurora, the museum is open June 1 - October 31 with hours on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm.

Knox Farm

Knox Farm

The park's 633 acres are comprised of a variety of habitats, including 400 acres of grasslands and 100 acres of woodlands, ponds and several wetland areas.


Vidler's 5 & 10

Opened in 1930,  Vidlers is a one of a kind shopping experience and destination stop.  


  • Next Village Board Meeting - Monday, July 6, 2015 @ 7 pm


Public Hearing on Capital Plan

Monday, June 15, 2015 at 7 pm in the Village Board room, 571 Main Street.  A copy of the plan can be downloaded or picked up from the Village Office between 8 am - 4 pm


2015 - 2016 Budget 

The 2015 - 2016 Village Budget was adopted by the Village Board on Monday, April 13, 2015.  The tax rate increase is 0%; net tax rate per thousand is $17.40987.  A full copy of the adopted budget will be posted soon.  Prior year budgets can be found on our government page



East Aurora American Community Survey View data profiles on social, economics housing, and demographics relative to the Village of East Aurora.


 *Information from Erie County Soil & Water Conservation District Regarding Tannery Brook and Mitigation Measures.*  


Founded in 1804, and incorporated 1874, the Village of East Aurora's rich history remains an integral part of its present-day character.

Located just 25 miles from downtown Buffalo and 45 minutes from Niagara Falls, East Aurora has been home to interesting individuals, including U.S. President Millard Fillmore and Elbert Hubbard, the Roycroft Arts & Crafts movement and international companies, such as Fisher-Price Toys.