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IN BUFFALO

WHAT'S NEW IN BUFFALO
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The Market Arcade is downtown Buffalo's latest gathering spot, offering a collection of indoor shops, food vendors and historical murals. 




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The Gothic Revival Hotel Henry, once a psychiatric facility, is now an urban resort and conference center.





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Larkin Square used to be a factory, now transformed into a lively business and entertainment center with food trucks and outdoor performances.  

 


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Lafayette Square is a downtown park, planned in 1804, offering strolling, lunch and outdoor concerts. 





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The Art Deco masterpiece of the City Hall Observation Deck provides an unparalleled view of the city, 38 stories up.




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The Town Ballroom, a restored 1940s indie music venue, once hosted Sinatra and Coltrane.





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Canalside is a revived Lake Erie terminus, complete with shops, restaurants, a skating rink and over 1,000 activities a year.




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The gardens at Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens have Lumagination, lighting them up year round.




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The Albright-Knox Art Gallery showcases the outstanding works of cutting-edge contemporary and modern artists. Open since 1862, it's among the country's oldest public arts institutions.


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Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park | Buffalo | New York By Rail
 

At the Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park, tour a decommissioned U.S. Naval cruiser, submarine and destroyer.




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Harborcenter | Buffalo | New York By Rail
 

The HARBORCENTER on the waterfront has two NHL regulation ice rinks, shopping, and a sports bar with a 38-foot tall TV screen.




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Duff's | Buffalo | New York By Rail
 

With four local restaurants, Duff's is a popular spot for the city's signature chicken wings. The Depew location proudly served President Obama in 2010.




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Coca-Cola Field | Buffalo | New York By Rail
 

Coca-Cola Field, home to the Buffalo Bisons—the Triple-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, holds 17,600 spectators making it among the largest minor league stadiums in the U.S. The 2017 season runs from April 6 to September 4.



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Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House, from the architect's Prairie Period, has unveiled a new educational center in the basement as part of a $50 million restoration.



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RiverWorks, a year-round riverside entertainment complex, features two outdoor rinks, a restaurant, brewery, and a roller derby rink—home to the Queen City Roller Girls.



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The "City of Light"—a giant new art installation—features nightly light shows on the historic Connecting Terminal grain elevator, using five colorful layers of light, 80-feet tall.



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Choose a Silo City tour through the old riverside granaries to see Buffalo's history as one of the world's largest grain ports. Explore Buffalo guides you on foot, bus, bike or kayak.



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