The town boasts of 15 town parks, an indoor skating rink, a large soccer complex, and a swimming center. Adding to its family appeal, West Seneca has a relatively new YMCA and several youth sports leagues. The town is on the land of the former Buffalo Creek Reservation and was not open to white settlement until the middle of the 19th century. West Seneca is home to the Charles E. Burchfield Nature and Art Center.
The West Seneca Historical Society operates a museum of town history at 919 Mill Road. The museum is in a circa-1850 “Local Ebenezer Society” House that was moved to its current site in 1956. The building is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The Eaton Site is an historic archaeological site dating back thousands of years. That site also is on the National Register.