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On the Waterfront

Buffalo’s waterfront has become a prime destination for family travelers. Three new developments will give families more options than ever before to explore in 2021: the debut of a restored, century old carousel at Canalside, the opening of a Ferris wheel on top of the ruins of a grain silo, and the completion of a longshed used for the construction of a replica packet boat set to debut in conjunction with the Erie Canal’s 200th anniversary. LEARN MORE…

Albright Knox Expansion

City of Creatives

Buffalo’s arts scene continues to thrive with the opening of two new galleries since the start of 2020. The city welcomed K Art, which specializes in contemporary Native American art, and AK Northland, a rehabbed warehouse that showcases large installations, as well as an ever-burgeoning scene of public art. LEARN MORE…

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo

Each of Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature designs in Buffalo – the sprawling Martin House Complex in the city, and the Graycliff Estate along the shores of Lake Erie – completed multi-decade restoration projects just before the COVID-19 pandemic and remain largely undiscovered. Find out more about the inspiring stories at each site. LEARN MORE…

In the Pipeline

The next couple of years may be the most exciting yet in Buffalo, as the city will soon herald the first expansion of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in 60 years and an expansion of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. By the end of next year, Buffalo will also welcome the conversion of grain silos into living and working space and the new, expanded location for the West Side Bazaar, a not-for-profit incubator space where recently resettled immigrants to sell their food and wares. LEARN MORE…