Learn all about Darwin and Isabelle Martin’s love of gardening and the history of this historic landscape during this tour.
Tours & Walks
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!
Roycroft Campus is a beautiful sight to see and the Roycroft Inn is open for staycations and day trips, so naturally we recommend adding this National Historic Landmark to your spring 2021 bucket list.
This guide curates a long list of paths and trails in the City of Buffalo perfect for walking, biking, and more!
The Roycroft Campus offers tours rich with facts and stories about the past, present and future of this National Historic Landmark.
Rolling Hills Asylum in East Bethany is the #1 most haunted asylum in the country and you can tour it this October.
Spirit of Buffalo and Buffalo River History Tours announced they are launching Big Kahuna Tiki Tours, a tiki tour boat docked at Canalside.
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.
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.
From the silos to the Old First Ward, South Buffalo & The Waterfront hold a deep rust belt history that is unique to Buffalo. Tour it all in this weeks Tour By Car Series.
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.
The West Side is the perfect trip for some of Buffalo’s best street art, history, and waterfront views which is why it’s our next stop in our tour by car series.
Buffalo Bike Tours aims to promote exercise, celebrate our great city, and instill social distancing through its Bike There, Buffalo! Tour Series.
The Northtowns have everything from historic landmarks and street art masterpieces for a perfect social distancing itinerary.
Two Gallerists Create an Exciting Search for Art in Socially Distant Times
From historic landmarks and architectural gems to street art masterpieces and popular restaurants offering takeout, North Buffalo has it all.
While it’s true that our daily norms have drastically changed, we think there are still some great ways to (safely) spend time exploring the city.
July 27 – 28 is your chance to indulge in Buffalo’s most beautiful urban gardens during this huge event that now attracts 60-70 thousand visitors from around the U.S., Canada and beyond.
Have you always wanted to take a cruise through history? These guided Buffalo River History Tours are for you!