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#1 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Cemeteries

  Buffalo's Forest Lawn Cemetery dates back to 1849.  It is set on a beautiful land full of a variety of mature trees, gentle hills, dabbling brooks, picturesque bridges and a... more »

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#2 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as President of the United States in 1901 in Buffalo, NY, after the assassination of... more » Owner description: Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as President of the United States in 1901 in Buffalo, NY, after the assassination of President William McKinley. Exhibits focus on the assassination and inauguration, details of Roosevelt's life and consequential issues of the day no less important to citizens more than a century later. Visitors can also tour nearby historic neighborhoods. « less
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#3 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Buffalo Central Terminal hosts a series of events and tours throughout the summer months. Plan your trip to see us by... more » Owner description: Buffalo Central Terminal hosts a series of events and tours throughout the summer months. Plan your trip to see us by visiting our website for a full list of upcoming events, tours, and other information.The Buffalo Central Terminal opened to the public on June 22, 1929. Built by the New York Central Railroad and designed by architects Alfred T. Fellheimer & Steward Wagner, the art deco style station was built to accommodate up to 3200 passengers per hour, or 200 trains per day. The complex consists of the main concourse, a 17 story office tower, a four story baggage building and two story mail building along Curtiss Street, and the now detached train concourse. The complex sits on a 17 acre site 2.5 miles east of downtown Buffalo.The Central Terminal Restoration Corporation (CTRC) was founded in 1997 to oversee the stabilization and restoration of the Central Terminal. Local preservationist Scott Field acquired the 18-acre site, including concourse, tower, and four story baggage building along Curtiss Street, from Samuel Tuchman and B.C.T Inc. for $1 plus the assumption of back taxes owed to the City of Buffalo.The CTRC is an entirely volunteer organization with no paid staff. We rely on grant money, government funds, and donations to continue work on the building and to hold public events. We are a registered 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation. « less
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#4 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Neighborhoods
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#5 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Historic Sites
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Category: Specialty Museums
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#7 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Religious Sites
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#8 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Libraries
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#9 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Monuments/ Statues
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Category: Religious Sites
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Category: Educational Sites
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#13 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings

St. Paul's Cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture in the United States.  Completed in 1851 by the architect Richard Upjohn who was best known for designing... more »

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#14 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Educational Sites
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#16 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: History Museums
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#17 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Owner description: Museum celebrating the rich industrial and railroad heritage of Buffalo and Western New York. The Heritage Discovery Center... more » Owner description: Museum celebrating the rich industrial and railroad heritage of Buffalo and Western New York. The Heritage Discovery Center is open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Admission is free. « less
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#18 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Theaters
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#19 of 24 attractions in Buffalo
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Neighborhoods
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Category: Historic Sites; Educational Sites

ECC City Campus is Buffalo's greatest example of adaptive reuse - a former post office was converted into a community college after years of abandonment and neglect.  Today it... more »

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Category: Libraries
A collection of art and art-related books
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