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Win a Party Pack of Tickets to an Allentown Pub Walk

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What’s better than wandering the city from bar to bar? Wandering the city with a tour guide (pressure’s off!) from bar to bar while learning a thing or two about fun Buffalo history, indulging in drink specials, and experiencing pubs you may never have ventured into on your own.

We’re talking about Buffalo History Tours’ Pub Walks of course. These fun and fascinating walks feature Buffalo’s grassroots history including local historians, legends, and surprising secrets. The fully guided walks include drink specials at each tavern stop, and start on Friday, April 15th at 7pm with the Allentown Pub Walk. Discover how Allentown changed the course of American history, learn how a stolen Rembrandt painting found a home in the neighborhood, and more fun stuff.

 

ENTER GIVEAWAY

By entering this giveaway, you are giving Step Out Buffalo & Buffalo History Tours permission to send you info about the best they have to offer.

 

Prize: A Party Pack for you and 5 friends (6 tickets total) to the Allentown Pub Walk on Friday, April 22, April 29, May 6, or May 13. (Valued at $90, all tickets should be used on the same day.)

Date:  Your choice of Friday, April 22, April 29, May 6, or May 13

Time: 7 pm

Giveaway Deadline: Sunday, April 17th at 5pm

See Giveaway Rules here.

Pub Walks are $15 per person, include drink specials at each stop, and run about 90 minutes depending on how much fun you’re having. Click here to reserve your spot at the first couple walks or any time from now until May 14th! For more info on Buffalo History Tours, check out buffalohistorytours.com and follow them on Facebook.

 

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