Spirit Of The City Tour
Start off the day with a trip to the Erie Basin Marina and Canalside. Pay close attention—the marina was built in the shape of a Buffalo! Check out the view of Buffalo’s oldest architectural landmark – the 1833 lighthouse.
Next, take some time to check out the WWII military relics at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park.
Take a stroll down the architectural majesty of “Millionaires’ Row” on Delaware Avenue.
Tour the recently renovated Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site.
Add some culture to your day when you visit the Burchfield Penney Art Center and view their broad collection of art from Western New York.
In the evening, catch a show at the Irish Classical Theatre Company. Because the seating is in the round, your group will never be more than 20 feet from the stage!
If you’re looking for an elegant night out, Shea’s Performing Arts Center features Broadway shows in a venue that has been called “the most beautiful theater in North America.”
Enjoy Larkin Square for entertainment and special events. Food Truck Tuesdays shouldn’t be missed!
Visit Buffalo City Hall and go to the observation deck for a beautiful view of both Lake Erie and Buffalo
If you’re in the mood for some shopping, browse the shops in downtown Buffalo’s fun and trendy Elmwood Village, Hertel Avenue and Allentown.
Spend the afternoon on a relaxing sightseeing tour aboard the Buffalo Harbor Cruises or try the Spirit of Buffalo schooner.
For a look at Buffalo’s creative side, visit the Burchfield Penney Art Center. Located in the heart of the museum district, the center features the art and artists of Western New York.
Attend a dinner theater production at O’Connell & Co. Productions.
Later, try your luck at the Seneca Niagara Casino or Hamburg Gaming and Raceway.