Historic Sites

Stand where Teddy Roosevelt took the oath of office. Travel along the famous Erie Canal. Enjoy jazz where legends like Billie Holiday and Count Basie once performed. Tour buildings designed by famous architects like Frank Lloyd Wright. Visit the gravesites of Rick James, Millard Fillmore, Chief Red Jacket, Mary Talbert and 10,000 veterans. Unearth the city’s Underground Railroad stops and trace the roots of the Civil Rights Movement. Walk the cobblestone streets of Canalside, the site of the terminus of the Erie Canal, where millions of immigrants made their way to the heartland through the “Gateway to the West.” The listings below will help you discover the rich historic and cultural heritage of Buffalo.

Forest Lawn Cemetery

1411 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209

(716) 288-5999

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Griffins Mills Church

1809 Mill Road
West Falls, NY 14170

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Guaranty Building & Interpretive Center

140 Pearl Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

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Historic Palace Theatre

2 East Avenue
Lockport, NY 14094

(716) 438-1130

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Hollywood Theatre

39 W. Main Street
Gowanda, NY 14070

(716) 532-6103

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Jell-O Gallery and Leroy House

23 E Main Street
Le Roy, NY 14482

(585) 768-7433

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Kenan Center

433 Locust Street
Lockport, NY 14094

(716) 433-2617

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Lafayette Square

Main @ Court Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

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Marilla Historical Society and Museum

1810 Two Rod Road
Marilla, NY 14102

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Market Arcade

617 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203

(716) 220-8468

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Millard Fillmore House

24 Shearer Avenue
East Aurora, NY 14052

(716) 652-4735

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Niagara Square

One Niagara Square
Buffalo, NY 14202

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