Old and new come together seamlessly to create a unique and authentic meeting venue in Buffalo, a city steeped in nearly 200 years of religious and cultural traditions and reinvigorated with a renewed civic pride, energy and entrepreneurship.
The city’s neighborhoods feature a host of architecturally and historically significant houses of worship, like the 1845 Michigan Street Baptist Church that was a stop on the Underground Railroad and the Our Lady of Victory Basilica, whose beauty compares to the most revered cathedrals in Europe. But Buffalo’s recent history is showcasing a city-wide transformation that extends to visitors, who can stay, play and explore in the city’s repurposed and restored architecture. They can lodge in the formerly fenced off quarters of the repurposed Buffalo State Asylum, Hotel Henry; zip line, kayak, and attend concerts among the city’s redeveloped waterfront grain silos; marvel at fine art displays from closed houses of worship at the Buffalo Religious Arts Center; and tour one of the largest collections of restored Frank Lloyd Wright architecture outside of Chicago.
To learn more about hosting a faith-based meeting in Buffalo, please contact Meaghan Zimmer at (716) 218-2947.