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6 Gorgeous Gardens Where You Can Smell The Flowers in WNY

City Guide, Things to Do

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Written by Alexis Arth

Published on May 10, 2022
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Photo courtesy of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens

Stop and smell the roses, Buffalo! Take some time to stroll through local gardens and stop to smell the flowers.  Whether you’re interested in different types of flowers and greenery, or just want a place to be outside and picnic, there are plenty of great options around Buffalo and Western New York. These indoor and outdoor gardens are sure to bring you peace any time you visit.

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Photo courtesy of the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens

1. Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens

2655 South Park Ave, Buffalo, NY 14218 / More Info

There are admission fees for taking a tour through the Botanical Garden, so click here to secure your spot!

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Photo courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House

2. Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House

125 Jewett Pkwy, Buffalo, NY 14214 / More Info

There are different options for tours inside of the property.  Click here to check out the different admission prices. But visiting the gardens at the Martin House are free of charge and bloom all year long!

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3.  Buffalo Japanese Gardens 

1 Museum Ct, Buffalo, NY 14216 / More Info

Located behind the Buffalo History Museum, the Japanese Garden sits on a serene lake surrounded by ongoing gardens. Plus, there is no fee to enter, so just enjoy the scenery.

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4. People’s Park

2435 Main St, Buffalo, NY 14214 / Facebook

There’s no admission for this local garden! This is a community garden where many people come together to make it a better place. Join in on the fun and gardening.

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Photo courtesy of the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy

5. The Rose Garden

199 Lincoln Pkwy, Buffalo, NY 14222 / More Info

There is no admission fee to check out The Rose Garden.  In fact, it’s a great place to have an afternoon or evening picnic.

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Photo courtesy of the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy

6. Front Park

Porter Ave. & Busti Ave., Buffalo, NY 14213 / Website

Take a stroll through to see plenty of different flower beds located at Front Park.  There is also the option of a self guided mobile tour of Olmsted’s West Side presented by Rich Products.

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This post was originally published in 2020 and has been updated.

Written by <a href="https://stepoutbuffalo.com/author/alexis-arth/" target="_self">Alexis Arth</a>

Written by Alexis Arth

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