The Buffalo Niagara Region will surprise and delight you, with outstanding theater, a world-class philharmonic orchestra, authentic American heritage sites, extraordinary architecture, non-stop nightlife, an historic zoo, one of the world's top collections of modern art, charming restaurants, great shopping, major league sports and an exciting array of family attractions. All this and the wonder of Niagara Falls, just 20 minutes from downtown Buffalo!
In addition to four beautiful seasons – each of which Buffalonians wholeheartedly embrace –and the friendly people, the Buffalo Niagara Region has an abundance of world-renowned attractions you won't want to miss. With the information and links on this section of our website you will discover why Buffalo is America’s best-kept secret.
Here are some helpful websites that will give you more information about Buffalo and Western New York.
VISIT BUFFALO NIAGARA: Complete guide for the visitor, including attractions, sports, recreation and travel information.
ERIE COUNTY: Official Government site provides information on services, including environmental, health, parks and civil service employment opportunities.
CITY OF BUFFALO: The official home page of the City of Buffalo.
BUFFALO PLACE: The independent not-for-profit corporation founded to manage the Downtown core surrounding Buffalo's pedestrian mall.
CANALSIDE: Canalside is at the heart of Buffalo’s waterfront revitalization.
AMTRAK: With two convenient stops, downtown Buffalo and Depew.
NIAGARA FRONTIER TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY: From the Buffalo International Airport to the Metro Rail and Bus System, it is all here.
BUFFALO.COM: All about Buffalo, all the time.
PRESERVATION BUFFALO NIAGARA: Dedicated to fostering historic preservation in the Buffalo Niagara region, serving seven counties in Western New York.
MARTIN HOUSE COMPLEX: Frank Lloyd Wright designed a unique residential complex for wealthy Buffalo businessman Darwin D. Martin and his family between 1903-1905. The most substantial and highly developed of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie houses in the Eastern United States.