Broderick Park, following an elongated shape, is located on the southern tip of Unity Island between the Niagara River and the Black Rock Canal. The park overlooks the Canada–US border and is situated within view of the Peace Bridge, which links the State of New York with the Canadian Province of Ontario at Fort Erie.
Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens Society, Inc. Strategic Plan Funding. The Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens Society, Inc. is supported in part by public funds from the County of Erie; City of Buffalo; New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation; and our members and friends.
The Buffalo History Museum (formerly the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society) is a private not-for-profit organization tax exempt under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It receives operating support from the County of Erie, the City of Buffalo, the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA, a state agency), and from members and friends.
The Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park is a museum on the shore of Lake Erie in Buffalo, New York. It is home to several decommissioned US Naval vessels, including the Cleveland-class cruiser USS Little Rock, the Fletcher-class destroyer USS The Sullivans, and the submarine USS Croaker.
In addition the park is adjacent to the popular Tifft Nature Preserve. Charlie's Boat Yard Menu: www.Charliesboatyard.com. Buffalo Harbor State Park will host several special events and is a great place to enjoy a summer day in Western New York. Please Note: Swimming is currently not permitted. No Hunting.
The programs of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences are supported in part by public funds from the County of Erie; City of Buffalo; New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation; and our members and friends. You are inspiring and we are most grateful.
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy (BOPC), is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, independent, community organization that promotes, preserves, restores, enhances and ensures maintenance of Olmsted Parks and Parkways in the greater Buffalo area to guarantee Olmsted park experiences for current and future generations.
SPRING ART SALE at the Burchfield Penney Thursday, April 26, 2018. The Burchfield Penney hosts its annual Spring Artists Sale on Friday, May 4 from 12-8pm and Saturday, May 5 from 10am-4 pm. The work of WNY artisans will be featured as well as specials in The Museum Store.
Delaware Park–Front Park System is a historic park system and national historic district located in the northern and western sections of Buffalo in Erie County, New York. The park system was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and developed between 1868 and 1876.
Electric Tower (or General Electric Tower) is a historic office building and skyscraper located at the corner of Washington and Genesee Streets in Buffalo. It is the seventh tallest building in Buffalo. It stands 294 feet (89.6 m) and 14 stories tall and is in the Beaux-Arts Classical Revival style. It was designed by James A. Johnson and built in 1912.
Elmwood Village is in the central part of Buffalo. The neighborhood is located along Elmwood Avenue. The neighborhood is bordered on the south by the Allentown neighborhood. The northern boundary of the neighborhood abuts Buffalo State College and Delaware Park just beyond the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
Glen Park is a beautiful little park to enjoy splendid views. It's located right off Main St. in… Glen Park is a beautiful little park to enjoy splendid views. It's located right off Main St. in Williamsville and is a great location to bring a loved one or to go alone and enjoy the solitude.
The Graycliff estate was the summer home of Isabelle R. Martin (1869–1945) and her husband, Buffalo entrepreneur Darwin D. Martin (1865–1935). Graycliff was the second of two complexes Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the couple, the first being the Martin House Complex, their city residence.
The Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum, operated by the Carousel Society of the Niagara Frontier, is a premier national historic site and community resource for family recreation and learning that fosters an appreciation for the unique heritage of the carousel and related industries in the Niagara Region.
Japanese Garden of Buffalo In December 1962 the city of Buffalo joined the United States Sister City International initiative by connecting with Kanazawa, Japan and a wonderful history of sharing resources has grown. In 1996, Kanazawa was largely responsible for the major renovations to the Japanese Garden of Buffalo providing trees, shrubs ...
La Salle Park is one of the largest parks in Buffalo, and the largest along the waterfront. It offers beautiful views of the Peace Bridge and Lake Erie. It is full of a variety of facilities, from lakeshore strolling, fishing, and bicycle riding to soccer fields and even a public swimming pool. There are plenty of washrooms and a ton of parking.
Lafayette Square (formerly Court House Park or Courthouse Square) is a park in the center of downtown Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States that hosts a Civil War monument. The block, which was once square, is lined by many of the city's tallest buildings.
The revised park also became known for its floral displays. Significant features of the park include the Conservancy’s working greenhouse and the Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute Plaza. Learn more about your Buffalo Olmsted Park System at the official map & guide.
Niagara Square is a public square located at the intersections of Delaware Avenue, Court Street, Genesee Street, and Niagara Street in Buffalo, New York. It is the central hub of Joseph Ellicott's original radial street pattern that he designed in 1804 for the then village of New Amsterdam. It continues to be the nexus of downtown Buffalo.
The Our Lady of Victory Basilica is a Catholic parish church and national shrine in Lackawanna, New York. Due to the multiple charities of founder Father Nelson Baker, the shrine is a popular pilgrimage and visitor destination in Lackawanna. It is part of the Diocese of Buffalo.
The Guaranty Building, now called the Prudential Building, is an early skyscraper in Buffalo, New York.It was completed in 1896 and was designed by Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler.. Sullivan's design for the building was based on his belief that "form follows function".He and Adler divided the building into four zones.
Call (716) 249-3874 for an exploratory look at the past, present, and future of the Richardson Olmsted Campus! Rebirth of a Buffalo Architectural Treasure One of Buffalo’s most iconic buildings and a National Historic Landmark, the 145-year-old Richardson Olmsted Campus is being renewed after years of neglect.
Location of the mouth of Scajaquada Creek in New York State Scajaquada Creek (/ s k ə ˈ dʒ ɑː k w ə d ə / skə-JAH-kwə-də) is a stream in Erie County, New York, United States. The name is derived from Philip Kenjockety, a Native American described as the oldest resident of the region upon his death in 1808.
The South Grand Island Bridge is a pair of twin two-lane truss arch bridges spanning the Niagara River between Tonawanda and Grand Island in New York, United States. Each bridge carries one direction of Interstate 190 (I-190) and New York State Route 324 (NY 324).
As president, Theodore Roosevelt created protections for ordinary citizens, began regulation of big business, and made the US a major force in international affairs. Yet one of the most important presidencies in America's history nearly didn't happen. See the place where a brief, emotional, and improvised ceremony in Buffalo, NY brought TR into office, and forever altered the nation.
The Times Beach Nature Preserve is a city of Buffalo owned nature preserve, managed by Erie County and located on the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River i n downtown Buffalo N.Y. The Friends of the Times Beach Nature Preserve came together in the early 1990's as the Times Beach Oversite Committee.
I love Unity Island because it's a good place to be by yourself. I haven't explored the walking trails around the area, but cars can pass through the main drag. I'm not sure how long you can continue that way... I'll have to check it out. You can also get right near the water, which you can't do at Broderick or Bird Island Pier. If you want to stare out at the water, good place to be alone and do that.
USS The Sullivans (DD-537) is a Fletcher-class destroyer. She is a United States Navy ship named in honor of the five Sullivan brothers (George, Francis, Joseph, Madison, and Albert) aged 20 to 27 who lost their lives when their ship, USS Juneau, was sunk by a Japanese submarine during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal on 13 November 1942.
OTHER WATERFRONT SPOTS. The Courtyard by Marriott Canalside opened in 2014 just steps from Buffalo's prime waterfront development. The Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park along the Buffalo River allows guests to hop on board a World War II era cruiser, destroyer and submarine.
Finally, there is a massive area that has been roped off for major events this summer. 14 festivals are already in line for this location, including the Buffalo Irish Festival. Wilkeson Pointe already has a number of amenities in place, including permanent bathrooms, water taxi docking, wind sculptures, an awesome playground, a beach, volleyball courts, rain gardens, walking paths, wayfinding signage, and bike path connectivity.