The Waterfront Loop highlights Buffalo’s industrial heritage on a 10-mile tour leaving from and returning to Canalside.
Helpful During Covid Crisis
Here are your options for getting on the water at this moment in time – from kayaking and water bikes to grand cruises and renting boats.
One of the things we love most about our beloved city of Buffalo is its diverse art, history, and culture.
The Architecture Loop highlights Buffalo’s rich tradition of architectural experimentation and most beloved buildings.
A great way to support those in our community is to support their businesses, including these black-owned restaurants, shops, and more.
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.
As you are probably aware, due to the coronavirus outbreak bars and restaurants across WNY and beyond have been forced to shut down their eat-in operations, causing many to rapidly adjust their strategy by offering take out
Hear us out—running is one of the best ways to explore a city, but it can be easy to get stuck in the same routes and patterns.
It’s the perfect time of year to get outdoors and who better to spend it with than your favorite furry friend.
Lucky for us, there’s a surplus of trails in and around the city.
For those looking to have a relaxing, sun-filled day, you’ve come to the right place: Summer is here and these beaches are calling your name.
A picnic date offers romance without the hassles and expenses of dining out. Here’s the best places to picnic in WNY.
As the weather warms and relaxation is at less of a premium, let’s Step Out Buffalo as we start at the heart of the Queen City and work our way North …