The list of things to do in Buffalo, NY has only expanded since the city’s recent revitalization. It’s large enough to provide attractions for visitors of all ages and interests but small and quiet enough to be a relaxing getaway.
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Buffalo’s distance from the city allows it to maintain landmarks that show off its natural beauty. This is proven by landmarks such as the Botanical Gardens and Tift Nature Preserve.
Buffalo has plenty of museums for anyone seeking to learn something new, including its recently renovated Museum of Science and the Pierce-Arrow Transportation Museum. It also has the Burchfield Penney Art Center and the Allbright-Knox Art Gallery for art lovers.
Buffalo has a wide range of beautiful historic buildings to explore. Take a look inside St. Joseph’s Cathedral or the Liberty Building.
Many of Buffalo’s most important historical locations have been designated National Historical Landmarks or entered into the National Register of Historic Places. If they’re important enough to be protected, they’re worth seeing. A few examples include the City Hall building and Darwin D. Martin House Complex.
If you came to Buffalo to enjoy local events such as concerts and food trucks, stop by Larkin Square. They have an ever-changing itinerary of events for you to enjoy. You can also calm your nerves by visiting one of the city’s many water features, including Canalside and the Erie Basin Marina.
Buffalo truly has an attraction for everyone. Baseball lovers can visit Sahlen Field, and the Tommyrotter Distillery is a great place to try craft alcohol while getting a look back into the history of distilleries. The Shea’s Performing Arts Center is a must-see for anyone who loves theater, architecture, or both.
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