Buffalo has seen a huge revitalization in recent years. It now boasts beautiful public spaces along the waterfront and in the center of the city.
This complex includes six interconnected buildings and was built between 1903-1905. It is now a National Historic Landmark.
It includes a park with Adirondack chairs, benches and benches that look out over the canal and a walkway running along the water’s edge.
Highlights year-round include the orchid house and bromeliad houses, herb collection, waterfall, and herb collection.
Forest Lawn was established in 1849 and covers 250 acres. It feels more like a park, with mature trees and water features and beautiful walking paths.
Notable are also works by 19th-century Impressionists or Post-Impressionists. These include Renoir, van Gogh and Degas.
You will find a variety of animals at the zoo, including gorillas, Indian rhinoceros and polar bears, as well as tigers and many other animals.
The Shea Theater is a National Historic Landmark. Tours of the magnificent facility are available by appointment only.
The Shea Theater was designed by George Rapp and Cornelius. The Shea Theater is a National Historic Landmark. Tours of the magnificent facility are available by appointment only.