Excursions in Buffalo

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Travel Tips for visiting Buffalo

During a trip to Buffalo, New York, you may want to take guided tours and excursions. Some of these include a Zombie Scavenger Hunt, a Buffalo Bayou Revealed audio tour, and a tour of Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls

Visiting Niagara Falls can be a fun and exciting experience. But it's important to know how to get there safely. There are many options for Niagara Falls guided tours and excursions. You can take a bus, drive or ride the rails.

Niagara Falls

Bus companies such as Greyhound, Megabus, and Amtrak provide direct services to the Niagara Falls area. Greyhound has a daily departure schedule from 181 Ellicott Street in downtown Buffalo. The bus crosses the border between the US and Canada, and stops at 4555 Erie Avenue in Niagara Falls. The standard bus ticket costs $50 one way.

The Discover Niagara Shuttle is a hop-on/hop-off shuttle that stops at 17 destinations. It is a great way to see a variety of attractions in Niagara Falls USA. It's also convenient for travelers who don't own a car.

Another way to see Niagara Falls is to take the Niagara Scenic Parkway Trail. This scenic trail offers four miles of spectacular views. It is located near the park and is accessible from both sides of the falls.

Buffalo Bayou Revealed audio tour

Presented by Houston Media, the Buffalo Bayou Revealed audio tour is a 30-day, 12-part journey through the park's history, architecture, and natural environment. The tour focuses on key park destinations. Its soundtrack features music by Houston singer-songwriter David Sanchez, and provides interesting facts about the park. It's available in both English and Spanish.

Buffalo Bayou Park is the city's largest natural resource. It is located near Waugh Parkway and Allen Parkway. It has 160 acres of scenic beauty. It features a cultural events hall, a skate park, a dog park, a children's play area, picnic areas, and miles of bike and hiking trails. The park is a peaceful place to relax.

Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern is one of Houston's iconic landmarks. The cistern was built in 1926 as the city's first underground drinking-water reservoir. It's a large, tranquil space and houses periodic art installations. In October 2011, the Buffalo Bayou Partnership reopened the Cistern to the public. It provides an exclusive backdrop for special events.

Buffalo Sightseeing Tours

Located on the western shore of Lake Erie, Buffalo is the second largest city in New York State. Originally an Iroquois settlement, the city was a center of commerce for generations. In the early 20th century, the automobile and steel industries were the engine of the local economy.

One of the biggest tourist draws in Buffalo is the Niagara Falls. The falls are a natural wonder. The best way to see the falls is with a guided tour. A local guide will give a detailed narrative of the falls' history.

Another great way to see the falls is by taking a Niagara Falls jet boat tour. These tours are available for both American and Canadian visitors. The tours are available from June to October.

Another popular tour in the area is the Maid of the Mist. The Maid of the Mist is a fun attraction that's perfect for the whole family. The tour includes rain gear and gets you closer to the edge of the falls.

Zombie scavenger hunt

Getting a zombie scavenger hunt guided tour and excursion in Buffalo, New York is a fun way to learn about the city. With a variety of options available, you can choose one that is ideal for your group. Whether you are looking for a family fun event, a team building event, or an escape room, you're sure to find what you need.

The Buffalo Let's Roam Scavenger Hunt is a great event for families and small groups. It can be done anywhere in the city and can last from a few hours to a full day. This hunt includes a variety of challenges and interactive challenges that can be unlocked with each ticket. The Let's Roam ticket also includes interactive riddles, photo challenges, and unique questions. Each team will work together to solve the challenges, and the team that comes in first on the leaderboard will win the event.

The Buffalo Scavenger Hunt includes a variety of locations, including historic sites, famous buildings, landmarks, and many memorials. It also includes panoramic views of the Buffalo River and Lake Erie. It is a family-friendly event that can be enjoyed at any time.

The best things to do in Buffalo

The best time to visit Buffalo is during the summer when the weather is warm and there are plenty of events and activities that can keep you occupied for hours. However, fall and spring are also good seasons to visit, because of their mild temperatures and unique activities. Regardless of what time of year you visit Buffalo, make sure to find parking, as there are plenty of free and paid lots throughout downtown and a fair amount of street parking.

Forest Lawn Cemetery

If you are planning a trip to Buffalo, you'll want to spend some time at the Forest Lawn Cemetery. The historic cemetery is located near Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Complex. You can take a tour of the cemetery and learn about the lives of its residents. Tours are offered every Sunday from June through October, and you can sign up for a walking or trolley tour. The cemetery is free to visit. It is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the spring and fall and 8 a.m. to 4 o'clock during the winter.

The Blue Sky Mausoleum is one of the highlights of a visit to the cemetery. The architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed it in 1928, and the Forest Lawn Group constructed it in 2004. You can also check out the Red Jacket statue, which was sculpted by James G. C. Hamilton in 1890. Another highlight of the cemetery is the Birge Memorial, designed by George Cary in honor of Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company president George K. Birge. The cemetery is also home to the graves of William Dorsheimer, a United States Congressman, and William McMillan, Buffalo's first superintendent of parks.

Shea's Buffalo Theatre

Shea's Buffalo Theatre is one of the oldest and most beloved theaters in the world. Originally built in 1920, this beautiful theatre has undergone numerous upgrades and expansions. It features a 5000-square-foot stage - one of the largest in North America. Its facades have also been restored. It is now home to touring Broadway shows. While visiting Buffalo, be sure to check out its production schedule to find the show that best suits your schedule.

Shea's Buffalo Theatre

Located in downtown Buffalo's Theatre District, Shea's Performing Arts Center is home to a diverse lineup of productions. The building originally served as a movie theater, but now boasts three separate theaters: the Shea Buffalo Theatre, the Alleyway Theatre, and the Town Ballroom. You'll find the finest Broadway shows here as well as many touring shows.

Museum of Science

The Buffalo Museum of Science is a science museum located in Buffalo, New York. It is near the Kensington Expressway and Martin Luther King Jr. Park. It opened on January 19, 1929 and was designed by architects James A. Johnson and August Esenwein. The museum has an interactive, hands-on exhibit hall and is open seven days a week.

The first floor has exhibits on natural history and fossils, while the second floor has a more classic science museum look. The museum houses fossil skeletons from prehistoric animals, including a giant mastodon. It also features a space for children to pretend they are digging for fossils.

Tifft Nature Preserve

When you're looking for some outdoor activities in Buffalo, New York, consider a visit to the Tifft Nature Preserve. This 264-acre municipal nature preserve is one of the largest in the state. If you're interested in birds, butterflies, or other natural beauty, you'll find plenty to enjoy here.

Tifft Nature Preserve is an oasis in the middle of the city. The area was once a major shipping port for the Great Lakes. However, before it became a wildlife sanctuary, it was originally a dairy farm. The first owner, George Washington Tifft, cleared the forest to make more space for his dairy farm. This was a common practice in the early 1900s due to the growing global population and high demand for agricultural land.

Delta Sonic Heritage Farm

While in Buffalo, make sure to visit the Delta Sonic Heritage Farm, a replica 1850s farm. This attraction features heritage breeds of farm animals, as well as a large collection of reptiles and amphibians. The zoo is open year-round, but is closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.

A visit to Delta Sonic Heritage Farm will provide you with a new perspective of Buffalo's history. It will educate you on the history of the Erie Canal and the Erie County wetlands, and it will make you appreciate the importance of water. If you're looking for a great day out, this is one of the best things to do in the city.

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