Lafayette Square

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

Lafayette Square is a park in downtown Buffalo, offering strolling, picnic lunches, and outdoor concerts. It was a centerpiece of the original urban plan for the city of Buffalo, constructed by Joseph Ellicott in 1804. Visitors to the one-block square have a prime view of major building such as City Hall, the Buffalo Public Library, and the Erie County Courthouse. The longstanding tradition Thursday at the Square started a precedent for hosting musical performances at Lafayette Square.

Take Amtrak to Lafayette Square

Enjoy an amazing light show from New York via Amtrak to Buffalo-Exchange Station in Buffalo—Don’t forget to use the New York By Rail 15% discount!

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