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Tours & Walks
It’s officially Garden Walk season which means homeowners across the region are sharing their garden oases with fellow WNYers.
If you’re looking to spice up your summer with a memorable local road trip, then look no further than the Roycroft Campus!
If you’re a lover of Buffalo’s rich architectural history, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House needs to be on your summer bucket list.
From Tastings and Tours to Special Events, There’s Multiple Ways to Experience Spring Lake Winery This Summer
From tours and tastings to special events featuring live music to weddings, there’s multiple ways to experience this winery.
The Waterfront Loop highlights Buffalo’s industrial heritage on a 10-mile tour leaving from and returning to Canalside.
The Architecture Loop highlights Buffalo’s rich tradition of architectural experimentation and most beloved buildings.
If you’re a fan of escape rooms, geocaching, or The Amazing Race, we’ve got the perfect event for you.
For all the art lovers and instagram worthy photo ops, the public art loop is the perfect bike tour to take in the beautiful murals around Buffalo.
Olmsted probably didn’t envision the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, but his vision of green spaces is perhaps just what we need at this time.
While many places are closing shop, one thing that’s not canceled is the gorgeous street art that’s all around our beautiful city.
Buffalo Bike Tours aims to promote exercise, celebrate our great city, and instill social distancing through its Bike There, Buffalo! Tour Series.
Each Walking Route includes architectural and historical points of interest, and is approximately 1.5-2 miles in length!
There is no better way to see our Buffalo, NY city than on two wheels!
This guide curates a long list of paths and trails in the City of Buffalo perfect for walking, biking, and more!
Every season at the Roycroft Campus is a whole new experience. If you’re looking for a place to take in the beauty of spring, this is it.
Located in Buffalo’s Parkside neighborhood, the Martin House tops the list of must-see architectural sites in the Buffalo area.
Calling all college-bound students: You’re invited to SUNY Buffalo State College’s can’t-miss open house event.
One major architect who helped shape the landscape of Western New York was Frank Lloyd Wright.
If you are looking for a way to enjoy the season, the National Historic Roycroft Campus located in the heart of small-town East Aurora has events for you and your whole family to take part in!
With the holidays approaching, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is decking the halls and wants you to join in on the festivities.