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Top 11 Things to Do in Buffalo, New York

Akshay Kulkarni Jul 16, 2019
A great city sitting on the shores of Lake Erie, Buffalo welcomes everyone with open arms. Here's what you need to see and do in this amazing upstate New York city.
Explore the Buffalo City Hall, a majestic building with marvelous exteriors and interiors. Go to the top of its 28 floors to see the silvery vapors of Niagara Falls.

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Get entertained and educated at the Buffalo Zoo - the third oldest zoo in the US. Polar bears, chimpanzees, toads and sea lions can be found here, along with other endangered species.
Stop by the Elmwood Village - one of the best neighborhoods in the US. Laced with 300 shops, coffee houses, boutiques, etc., this is a shoppers' paradise.

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Tour the Buffalo Museum of Science which was once a 'look but do not touch' collection of exhibits, is now a group of halls you can fully explore.

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Roam around the Delaware Park in Erie County, it's a great spot for family picnics or even for a romantic outing.
Where the first Buffalo wing was tossed in the frying pan and then in the hot sauce, thank the city of Buffalo for its service to the world by fondly devouring those spicy wings.
Take a guided Segway tour of Downtown Buffalo to learn about the city in a fun way.
Visit and explore the Albright-Knox Art Gallery with your whole family. Buffalo's premier art gallery, it stands in the heart of the city and has thousands of artistic treasures to admire.

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Witness the Darwin D. Martin House; a fascinating architecture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Feel the fresh breezes of Lake Erie at the Erie Basin Marina. Take a walk along this alluring gardens and also see the historic Buffalo Lighthouse.
Be a part of the green life at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Garden. A huge collection of plants and a cultural institution, here you'll find beautiful tri-domed glass, wood, steel conservatory, along with exhibitions, educational programs and events all year round.