Located in the heart of the business and entertainment districts, our downtown hotel offers easy access to many fun things to do in Buffalo, New York. Once referred to as the "Gateway to the West”, Buffalo is home to many exciting attractions, like the Buffalo Museum of Science, Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, and the breathtaking Niagara Falls, just 15 minutes away.
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Every second, 3,160 tons of water flow over the falls. Hop on the Niagara Falls Scenic Trolley that follows a three mile loop, making six stops along the way. Learn more about the history of the falls.
Formerly Six Flags Darien Lake, Darien Lake is New York State's largest theme park. The park features over 100 rides, shows and attractions including six roller coasters, thrilling amusement rides and a 20,000 seat outdoor concert venue.
Glimpse into life on the Niagara frontier in the 1800s. This museum celebrates local history with displays including costumes, agricultural equipment, antique radios and more. Step into a historic home for a guided tour. Shop in the country store. Watch a blacksmith forge hot metal.
See how local residents contributed to the area's development at this museum. Attend a lecture series. Gather information from the visitor's center. Appreciate the creativity of local inventions on display at the museum. View the 1901 Pan American Exposition hall.
Located on the city's waterfront, this park represents each branch of the Armed Forces. Examine memorabilia and military uniforms. Climb on board a World War II submarine. Join a guided tour of a destroyer. Be sure to take a look at the other vehicles including a tank and several war planes.
America's love of vehicles is well-represented at this museum. Learn about the automobiles made in this region. Imagine the balance needed to ride the early bicycles. Picture yourself in one of the famed muscle cars of the 1960s. Discover what role women played in this traditionally male-dominated field.
Renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted designed the three gardens here. Step into the verdant foliage in Garden Under Glass, which includes a Rainforest with a Koi pond, an herb garden and a palm dome.
People watch in this 186-acre park, created in 1893. Set up a folding chair and watch a soccer game. Spread out a picnic by the creek. Run through the water fountains. Scrimmage another team on the basketball court.
Explore 29 acres of nature and woodlands at the Charles E. Burchfield Nature & Art Center. Make a point to see one of the center's special events like the Fire & Ice Show. Mingle with the talent at a juried art show.
Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens & Butterfly Conservatory
Stroll through more than 99 acres of manicured gardens. Established in 1936, there are more than 2,400 roses in the botanical garden. Observe more than 2,000 butterflies in the Butterfly Conservatory. An enchanting English Cottage, Lana's – The Little House is a fairy tale come true.