Music lovers, this one’s for you. The Buffalo Museum of Science’s newest exhibit opening on February 13 is all about celebrating the world’s most popular instrument.
Buffalo became home for people from all over, including the first Native Americans, Dutch immigrants, African Americans, and Yankees from New England. This exhibit at The Buffalo History Museum is all about sharing those people’s stories.
You can find some really amazing towns around New York to plan a mini getaway, a drivable distance from Western New York. In a recent trip, I explored the whimsical glass art town of Corning, New York.
Cooperstown is very baseball centric with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum along with plenty of stops with baseball memorabilia, but there’s also shops, amazing restaurants, bakeries, and a booming beer scene.
Have you heard? Golden Mummies of Egypt is staying in Buffalo a little bit longer.
Our city’s top cultural institutions are providing virtual content to help keep the WNY art community engaged and connected during this time.
Whether it’ll look like spring or not, we have a full bloom of culture events springing up this month of March.
You’ll find it’s easy to enjoy these sober activities that bring our city to life, without a Labatt in hand.
With another winter rolling along, February is here to spread love and warmth through its uplifting seasonal soirees. The heart of St. Valentine is canvased all over these occasions.
Did you know? Genesee Country Village & Museum is the largest living history museum in New York.
Get to know you on a whole other level, the observatory reopens, learn paper marbling, and more!
Buffalo sure does have a lot of history. One of our favorite historic gems: the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site.
The kids are home from school this week and you now officially have no time to breathe. Now what?
Free admission to 10 museums in Western New York on Sept. 26 (yes, free)
Find out when and where you can feed your curious mind for free.
The Castellani features a balance among historical documents, student made art, and canonized art.
Looking for something different to do? Something educational and enjoyable at the same time?
After their brief hiatus, the dinosaurs are back in a diligently planned out room entitled Rethink Extinct.
Although the Burchfield Penney is magnificent enough that we don’t need to argue in its favor, we’re here to boast about it, anyway.
Reflections is the embodiment of eerie and foreboding.
The exhibit honoring the late great “Meet the Press” host and award winning journalist has finally made its way to the Buffalo History Museum.