Michigan Corridor: History and Heritage

The corner of Michigan and Broadway is the heart of Buffalo’s African-American history and heritage. Here you’ll find the Colored Musicians Club and Museum, the Michigan Street Baptist Church and the Nash House – three institutions that made significant contributions to the life of the community and today form the foundation of Buffalo’s efforts to create a heritage tourism district. Plans are in the works to restore a building adjacent to the Baptist Church that will include a visitor center designed to tell the stories of the people who lived, worked and passed through this historic neighborhood.

Explore the History

Points of Interest

THINGS TO DO

EAT & DRINK

STAY

Colored Musicians Club

Colored Musicians Club

145 Broadway
Buffalo, NY 14203

Colored Musicians Club Museum

Colored Musicians Club Museum

145 Broadway
Buffalo, NY 14203

Michigan Street Baptist Church

Michigan Street Baptist Church

511 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14203

Nash House Museum

Nash House Museum

36 Nash Street
Buffalo, NY 14204

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