Enjoy a picturesque meal at the Roycroft Inn in East Aurora and enjoy a tour of the historic campus.
After you dine, spend some time shopping along Main Street in the village of East Aurora and stop at Vidler’s 5 & 10, a shopping staple of the early 1900s.
Learn all about the rich history of the “Queen City” at the The Buffalo History Museum.
A stroll down “Millionaires’ Row,” on Delaware Avenue, offers a splendid look at the intricate architectural detail of homes built during Buffalo’s Gilded Age.
See if you can spot all of the more than 2,000 angels at the European style Italian Renaissance cathedral of Our Lady of Victory Basilica & National Shrine.
Enjoy a relaxing day of shopping in the Elmwood Village, located in the heart of the city. If you get hungry, it’s a great “lunch on your own” stop.
Take a Buffalo City Tour which can include a visit to the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site and an array of architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, E.B. Green, and H.H. Richardson.
For the true lover of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work, the Blue Sky Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Cemetery is an impressive example of funerary art.
The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum, featuring Buffalo-made automobiles, bicycles, and other memorabilia in the new Frank Lloyd Wright Filling Station.
Tour the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, the most intact Frederick Law Olmsted Landscape and arboretum in the country.
See the work of Western New York’s own art and artists at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, located in the heart of the Museum District.
Visit the Buffalo Central Terminal, an Art Deco style station, currently undergoing a restoration.
Check out Buffalo River History Tours and Inside Silo City for a look inside our standing grain elevators.