The Buffalo History Museum
Located in one of the grand buildings from the Pan American Exposition in 1901, the stately building features wonderful collections that celebrate local history. Walking distance from the Albright Knox Art Gallery and the Burchfield Penney Art Center. Make it a day, visit all three cultural…
Historical society & museum featuring exhibits, artifacts & programs documenting area history.
Docent-led or self-guided tours of permanent and special exhibits are available to groups of all ages and abilities. GROUP TYPE TOUR WITH DOCENT Adults (Any group) $13.00/pp "Major collections on the Holland Land Company, U.S. President Millard Fillmore, Seneca…
This is an excellent museum and has happy hour parties on the steps overlooking a lake and beautiful Japanese Garden. These are held on Friday's in the summer.
You can learn a lot about the rich history of Buffalo, once the wealthiest city in America per capita, and the first American city to have street lights. They always have some cool exhibits too!
“As one of the first deliberately designed and professionally landscaped rural cemeteries in the United States, its first interment took place in 1850. Today, there are more than 161,000 permanent residents in this 269-acre, not-for-profit cemetery, where all are welcome. Forest Lawn offers award-winning trolley and walking tours of our grounds. ”
“Contemporary & modern works by such artists as Picasso & Warhol in a 1905 Greek Revival building.”
“Science museum with many exhibits featuring animals, science, and technology.”
“Located in Buffalo's historic Theatre District on Main Street, this is a beautiful place to catch a show.”
“Quirky bar/restaurant with awesome drinks, food, and classic video games. Some of the classic arcade games you will find inside are Pac- Man, Space Invaders, Rampage, Donkey Kong and Centipede, also ski ball and pinball machines. ”