Darwin D. Martin House
The Martin House, a complex of buildings and a National Historic Landmark, was one of the most significant school-era undertakings of the 1900s.
Canalside is a redeveloped section of downtown Buffalo where residents and visitors may congregate to take advantage of some green space and perhaps enjoy some entertainment.
Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
More than 2,000 plants and trees may be found at the late 1800s built Victorian-style and tri-dome glass conservatory building.
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Established in 1849, Forest Lawn is a sizable and stunning cemetery that is home to the President Fillmore and Blocher Memorial.
Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park
The guided missile cruiser USS Little Rock , destroyer USS The Sullivans, and submarine USS Croaker are housed in this Military Park.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, located in Delaware Park, is built in a magnificent Greek revival structure and has a sizable collection of modern and contemporary art.
Delaware Park & the Buffalo Zoo
The Buffalo Zoo is one of the park's primary attractions. A guerrilla troop, an Indian rhinoceros, polar bears, tigers, and other creatures are found in the zoo.
Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural
National Historic Site
Theodore Roosevelt took the oath of office on September 14, 1901, at the National Historic Site.
Buffalo City Hall
Buffalo City Hall is a stunning Art Deco structure with decorative murals, significant reliefs, and an exquisite silhouette in the centre of Niagara Square.
The Buffalo Bisons minor league baseball club calls Sahlen Field home. It has a capacity of 19,500 people.
The family-friendly ski resort is a great choice. A new lift system was recently put in place at Holiday Valley, speeding up the ascent.