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Sightseeing in The Great Lakes

Historic Site
Historic Site
“Now a Hare Krishna temple... Open house every Sunday with delicious indian dinner and tours--all free! Very cool experience. ”
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Historic Site
“Follow the river down Division Street to this beautiful walking trail. We've seen bald eagles and osprey! ”
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Monument / Landmark
“This bar is called Duende and it's such a hidden gem it's not even listed in Maps. In the heart of Silo City- little known bar with big screens for watching games, views of the old grain silos and the Buffalo River, and some small plates if you feel like a snack. Highly recommend!”
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History Museum
History Museum
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Historic Site
“Privately owned FLW house - nice stop on a walk to Delaware Park or the Albright Knox”
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Monument / Landmark
“little known hideaway- good luck finding it! but if you do, you'll be glad you did.”
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Historic Site
1 local recommends
Monument / Landmark
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“If you are a true fan of Frank Lloyd Wright you will want to know about the Walter Davidson House. Another fine example of the small number of buildings in Buffalo designed by one of America's great architects. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“Wade Ovall Wednesdays in the Summer, variety of weekly live music, food truck catering, thuisands of like minded people come out to hang! Bring a blanket and your dinner!”
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City Hall
“For your indoor shopping pleasure, the PATH is an underground system of walkways lined with stores, restaurants, and services. The atmosphere may be lacking - it is, after all, a tunnel - but on days when the weather is crummy, it's a good way to stay toasty and dry. ”
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