Cruise down a river among one of the largest collections of grain elevators in the world. Hear the stories of millionaires who once lived on Delaware Avenue. Spend an afternoon in the city’s old taverns, social halls and pubs. One of the best ways to ensure you don’t miss a single cornice, frieze, keystone or coffer on Buffalo’s spectacular buildings and monuments is to take a guided tour.
Visitors can admire the Queen City’s greatest design achievements on an Open Air Autobus tour. For those who prefer a walking tour, Explore Buffalo and Buffalo Tours examine both the widely publicized and lesser known stories of the city’s architectural past. Buffalo River History Tours takes visitors into the heart of the city’s industrial heritage, with a stop at Silo City for a grain elevator tour. If you’d rather go it alone, stop by our visitor center at Clinton and Washington Streets for a Buffalo on Foot guide. With so much legendary architecture to explore by foot, boat and bus, you may have to plan multiple vacations to see it all!
See where all the ghosts are hiding with Mason Winfield. Or travel into the dark corners of Buffalo’s hidden taverns and pubs with Forgotten Buffalo Tours. With so much legendary architecture to explore by foot, boat and bus, you may have to plan multiple vacations to see it all!