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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...more
This has the potential of being an incredible venue in Buffalo, NY. Unfortunately it has not been renovated at all. The glass is broken on most of the windows and it is basically just an empty room. I recently attended a Dyngus Day festival here...More
We visited the Central Terminal with a tour group and were not disappointed. The building is mammoth and majestic, even in its current dilapidated state. It's a behemoth that can be seen from miles away and is breathtaking up close. Parking is ample and free...More
Sad to say Buffalo has "turned its back" on this gem. There is a grass roots community that is working very hard to get something going here. A few weddings, special events but its got a long way to go. Worth a trip to see...More
A lovely old building, that needs a bit of TLC and a proper vision that would bring it back to life. I'd love to see the insides, but a drive past to see it was all I had to settle for this time.
My husband and I go to haunted places each year. We were in the area for another haunted place and saw this opportunity to go check out the Buffalo Central Terminal for an hour tour. When we arrived we signed in, while standing around for...More
Come on Buffalo. Surely someone has the vision and wherewithal to bring this sleeping beauty back to life. This is a GORGEOUS building that if something is not done soon, I fear for it's longevity. Take a look at the old Denver station as an...More
This abandoned train station is in need of Demo, along with most of the surrounding neighborhood. It is obsolete, beyond salvation, and in the middle of one of Buffalo's most abandoned and declining areas. Its main use is as a dumping ground for snow trucks...More
Very informative tour for over 2 hours. Tour guide was very knowledgeable as well as interesting and humourous. Building is under continual restoration but you can still imagine and see the beauty. Well worth the $15.00 fee.
Buffalo was the place to be back in the early 1900's. This train station is like a mini Grand Central Station. The inside has been refurbished to it's original state. You can only visit during scheduled tours, so call first. The area is not the...More