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As the second largest city in New York, Buffalo is full of wonderful museums, cultural attractions, and energetic nightlife.
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Here are a few of our most popular Buffalo/Niagara Falls resorts:

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    Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Niagara Falls/Buffalo

    Located a short distance from one of the world's greatest wonders of the world, Niagara Falls State Park.

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    Days Inn Niagara at the Falls

    Located two blocks from the Majestic Niagara Falls.

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    Staybridge Suites BUFFALO-AIRPORT

    The hotel is the highest point in Clarence, so you'll enjoy the great view!

Things to do in Buffalo, NY

  • View of Niagara Falls

    Day trip to Niagara Falls, Canada

    Private, custom day trip/tour of Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada. Casually upscale vehicle. Pick up at your Hotel, B&B, Air BNB or Residence in Niagara Falls/Buffalo, New York or at Buffalo Niagara Int Airport (BUF).
  • Canalside

    Canalside, is a festival marketplace and master-planned neighborhood, within the inner Buffalo Harbor. Situated on the Buffalo River, Canalside is envisioned as a recreation area. Originally the area was the habitat of the Iroquoian-speaking Seneca People. In the early 1900s, the area became a predominantly Italian settlement known as Dante Place, neighborhoods were razed and canals filled in. Eventually Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, The Buffalo Skyway, and Niagara Thruway, Canalside has concerts, dining, skating, and workouts in a mixed-use area.
  • Elmwood Village

    Browse the local vendors at the popular farmers' market, nosh at open-air cafes over great conversation, explore the tree-lined parkway in summer. In winter mingle in cozy coffeehouses and gather for warm pubs. Fiercely artisanal, independent, and locally-owned shops line the streets rather than retail chains or franchises. Named one the country's 10 Best Neighborhoods, Elmwood Village is home to Buffalo's most popular and frequented boutiques, shops, restaurants, and bars are streets line with public art. Spend the day exploring one of your new, most favorite neighborhoods.

Family activities in Buffalo, NY

  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Complex

    Designed and built between by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1903 and 1905, The Darwin Martin House National Historic Landmark. One of the most important designs from the Prairie School era of Wright's career, along with Fallingwater in Pennsylvania and New York's The Guggenheim, Martin House, is considered one of his greatest works. One Frank Lloyd Wright scholar claims the complex is the most important home design in the first 30 years of his career. Take a tour of this masterpiece of 20th-century architecture, considered by Wright to be his "opus." Reservations are strongly encouraged.
  • The Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park

    Formerly named The Buffalo Naval and Servicemen's Park, The Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park, is a Buffalo, New York museum on the shore of Lake Erie. The museum is home to the USS Little Rock, a Cleveland-class cruiser and submarine USS Croaker. Maybe most notable is the USS The Sullivans, named in honor of 5 brothers who all perished on the USS Juneau at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. The first ship to be commissioned by the Navy to honor more than one person. The Sullivan Brothers are the greatest loss by a single American family during wartime.
  • The Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum

    The Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum in North Tonawanda, Niagara County, New York, is a historic carousel factory building. One of only two surviving complexes associated with the production of carousels in the last two centuries. The company was the most notable producer of carousels, which were a popular form of recreation in the U.S. Eventually, the company transitioned to small metal rides as carrousels waned in popularity. Today you can see the 1916 #1 Special, the Kiddie Carousel, with more miniature aluminum horses that move slower for children's safety. There is also a Kiddieland Testing Park with small metal rides.

Nightlife and entertainment in Buffalo, NY

  • Fine dining

    Buffalo's culinary profile is evolving, as newcomers bring new options and diversity to the local restaurant industry. From Larkinville to Riverside modern cuisine is making its way into the hearts and stomachs of Buffalo residents. Before we hit the fine dining highlights, Ted's Hot Dogs ARE a must; we don't care who you are, eat them with your pinky up if you must, but eat them. Notable restaurants, breweries, food trucks, coffeehouses, and classic wing spots are all present. Be sure to introduce yourself to Kisko Latino, Rakhapura, Salvatore's, and Thangs Family Restaurant.
  • Club/dancing

    Dance 'til you drop in Buffalo's vibrant bar scene. There are plenty of pubs, dive bars, brew houses, cocktail lounges, and wine bars many with live music venues and other forms of entertainment. But whether you're an old head looking to bust a move like the Smurf, the Popeye or The Jerry Lewis or a youngblood ready to Hit the Quan, Floss, or The Roy Purdy Buffalo has your jam. Milly Rock is not what the people want, #justsayin. Find Beats, bass, and bangers at 67 West, LiFT, SkyBar, The Pier, and VENU, all with modern DJs scratching your dance itch.
  • The Peace Bridge

    The Peace Bridge, commemorating 100 years of peaceful relations between the U.S. and Canada. Beautiful day or night, the bridge is particularly striking all lit up in the evening. An international bridge linking the U.S. and Canada on Lake Erie's east end. Connecting Buffalo, NY to Fort Erie, Ontario, the bridge spans over the Niagara River in five arched sections. The Peace Bridge is constructed with 3,500 feet of steelwork and comes to 5,800 feet in length. There are 800 tons of reinforcing steel in concrete and 9,000 tons of structural steel.

As the second largest city in New York, Buffalo is full of wonderful museums, cultural attractions, and energetic nightlife. The Albright-Knox Art Gallery has a premier collection of modern and contemporary art from figures like Picasso, Pollock, and Andy Warhol, and the Buffalo Museum of Science emphasizes the natural and physical sciences with plenty to see. Just a short drive away you’ll find Niagara Falls, where you’ll want to hop aboard the Maid of the Mist for a boat ride around the bottom of the falls. Book your Buffalo and Niagara Falls vacation package today.​