The Silo City is full of cultural treasures and is currently seeing a movement to preserve a number of historical buildings from the 19th century. Many visitors are also attracted to the more modern works of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who has several famous homes in the area.
Neighboring Lake Erie (with Lake Ontario not far away), waterways have played an important role in Buffalo's development. For a chance to see the city from the water, set sail on the Spirit of Buffalo for a scenic day cruise or evening sunset sail. Buffalo serves as the gateway to the world-famous Niagara Falls, with the state park offering sweeping views of the falls and a chance to feel the mist without the need for a passport.
Nearby, the Niagara Wine Trail is being touted as one of the up-and-coming wine regions and several wineries are open to the public for tastings and tours. Sports lovers can take in a Buffalo Bills game at Ralph Wilson Stadium, the only professional NFL football stadium in New York State.
To make your decisions easier, we've narrowed down a list of 10 of our top choices for activities and attractions in the Buffalo area. These must-sees are vetted by local experts who share their wealth of knowledge on what to do in Buffalo, New York.
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