Niagara Falls and Western New York

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  • 1. Albright-Knox Art Gallery


    Twentieth-century art is well represented here. The gallery's collections are especially rich in postwar American and European art, including...Read More

  • 2. Blue Sky Mausoleum


    In 1928 Darwin Martin commissioned a family mausoleum—a project he dropped after his fortunes were pummeled by the following year's stock-market...Read More

  • 3. Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens


    Even in the middle of winter you can soak in the sights and scents of the tropics under the domes of this Victorian glass conservatory. The...Read More

  • 4. Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park

    Military Sight

    A guided-missile cruiser, destroyer, and a World War II submarine are on display at this 6-acre waterfront site, the largest inland naval park...Read More

  • 5. Buffalo City Hall & Observation Tower


    This broad-shouldered art-deco architectural masterpiece rises from the heart of downtown. An elevator to the 25th floor, then three flights...Read More

  • 6. Buffalo Museum of Science


    Exhibits cover everything from anthropology to zoology. One exhibit uses the stories of three mummies to explore what daily life was like for...Read More

  • 7. Buffalo Transportation/Pierce-Arrow Museum


    The Buffalo Transportation/Pierce-Arrow Museum is building a winged gas station from unfinished Wright plans. A former Wright apprentice is...Read More

  • 8. Buffalo Zoo


    Endangered Amur (Siberian) tigers, Asian elephants, and Indian rhinos are among the nearly 1,000 wild and exotic animals found in this natural...Read More

  • 9. Burchfield-Penney Art Center


    This premier showcase for western New York artists spotlights the works of watercolorist Charles Burchfield (1893–1967) and handcrafted objects...Read More

  • 10. Darwin D. Martin House Complex

    Notable Building

    The Darwin D. Martin House, part of the Darwin D. Martin House Complex in Buffalo's Parkside East Historic District, is considered one of...Read More

  • 11. Graycliff

    Notable Building

    The centerpiece of the 8½-acre Graycliff estate is the two-story main house, built circa 1926. Its cantilevered balconies take advantage of...Read More

  • 12. Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum


    The old factory contains two operating carousels—one from 1916 and a smaller "kiddie carousel" from the 1940s—as well as a menagerie of hand...Read More

  • 13. Pedaling History Bicycle Museum


    More than 400 rare and unique bicycles and related antiques and memorabilia are on display at one of the largest bicycle museums in the world. ...Read More

  • 14. Steel Plant Museum


    Photos, exhibits, and memorabilia pay tribute to western New York's steel workers and what was once the largest steel plant in the world, Bethlehem...Read More

  • 15. Tifft Nature Preserve

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Five miles of nature trails, boardwalks, and a cattail marsh make this wildlife refuge near the Lake Erie shore an ideal place for hiking, bird...Read More

  • 16. Wilcox Mansion: Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historical Site

    Historic District/Site

    After President William McKinley was assassinated at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as the...Read More

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