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Flourishing Gardens – Including Frank Lloyd Wright’s – Redefine Rust Belt City

Thousands of plants, shrubs and flowers will bloom next spring for the first time in decades across Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1.5-acre Martin House Campus – the final piece of the property’s 25-year, $50 million restoration. This historic landscape will be one of the stops along America’s largest free, self-guided garden next summer when a newly-expanded Garden Walk Buffalo celebrates its 25th anniversary. Learn more about how Buffalo is blooming. LEARN MORE…

New Children’s Museum to Inspire Next Generation of Buffalonians

Parents and their children will have another reason to spend time in Buffalo’s Canalside district when the Explore and More Children’s Museum opens next spring. The 43,000-square foot museum, part of more than $300 million in new development along Buffalo’s waterfront, will showcase Buffalo’s history, culture and legacy of innovation through a series of interactive exhibits. LEARN MORE…

Against the Grain

One of the world’s largest collection of grain silos along the Buffalo River has been reimagined as an urban outdoor recreation experience like nowhere else. From kayaking through the concrete canyon of Elevator Alley to rock climbing and zip lining off of 100-foot tall silos, find out how Buffalo has gone against the grain to turn its formerly industrial waterfront into a top attraction.  LEARN MORE…

The Buffalo Wing Trail – America’s Tastiest Drive

It was only a matter of time before the city that created one of North America’s favorite pub and game day foods devoted a trail to its signature fare. Find out more about the Delicious Dozen stops along the Buffalo Wing Trail, America’s Tastiest Drive. LEARN MORE…