Kids Activities in Buffalo


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  • Bowl Inn Bowling Center
    Bowl Inn provides a warm and inviting atmosphere in which customers can unwind, indulge in classic cuisine, and enjoy the noble sport of bowling. Unlike most inns, which are staffed by pieces of reanimated taxidermy with mommy issues, Bowl Inn features a friendly staff and numerous bowling lanes. Outfitted with a pair of comfy bowling shoes ($2), bowlers can roll through three invigorating games ($2.75 per game) while they practice laying down telepathic bumpers to keep balls out of the gutters. With the additional savory benefits of a pizza slice ($2) and a nourishing soda ($1.75), customers will have everything they could possibly desire from a bowling alley, unless their desire is for a private grill for slow-roasting all 10 pins.
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    727 Bailey Ave
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Taste of South Buffalo
    Awash in the aromas of all manner of edible creations, the air in Cazenovia Park buzzes with the strums of guitars and cheerful chatter as Taste of South Buffalo’s festivities carry on into the night. Throughout the day, chefs from area restaurants such as Brick Oven Bistro & Deli and Blackthorn Restaurant & Pub can be found serving up hearty helpings of their signature dishes. In the background, live music from local artists Jane Jane Soundsystem, The Voice contestant Zack Joseph, and So Far So Good add a toe-tapping component to the proceedings and facilitate synchronized eating routines. Taste of South Buffalo’s loaded schedule of events mingles food with entertainment, starting off with a USA Track & Field-sanctioned Mike Diggins Memorial 5K walk and run at 8 a.m. Afterward, the Buffalo Warriors take on the South Buffalo Catholic School's parents in a basketball game at 11 a.m. Other events include a split-club drawing and a taping of the game show Duck, Duck, Goose wherein elementary students answer questions culled from 36 categories in an attempt to scoop up various prizes.
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    25 Cazenovia Street
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House Complex
    An exquisite example of Wright's ranch houses, the Martin Complex was commissioned by Darwin D. Martin of the Buffalo-based Larkin Soap Company in 1902. With this deal, you'll get an extensive guided tour of the historical property, beginning with an examination of the exterior of the main Martin House while your guide discusses the intricacies of Wright's architectural style. Since the interior of the Martin House is currently closed for renovations, the tour has expanded to include several other parts of the complex, starting with a walk down the stunning Pergola, a 100-foot walkway connecting the Martin House to the conservatory. There, a lush indoor garden awaits, showcasing Wright's uncanny ability to combine interior spaces with nature without simply stapling algae to the walls. Then, take a walk inside the first floor of the Barton House, the first building constructed on the complex in 1903. The tour continues with a visit to the first floor of the Gardener's Cottage, built in 1909 and exemplifying Wright's concept of small, affordable housing. Lasting about an hour and a half, the tour includes plenty of walking, so visitors should be sure to bring comfortable shoes.
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    125 Jewett Parkway
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Western New York Book Arts Center
    Western New York Book Arts Center celebrates the artistry that goes into making a book. An actual, physical book. In this age of digital everything, it's important to educate people about what makes books such unique artifacts?namely their typeface, binding, and ability to summon the dead. The arts center offers an assortment of art-based workshops and classes, as well as a walk-in boutique, gallery, and a working museum. Through rotating exhibits and a gift shop stocked with screen-printed t-shirts and letterpress notebooks, the organization helps the increasingly tech-oriented public learn to love books again.
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    468 Washington St
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Voelkers Bowling Center
    The Voelkers Bowling Center's classic brick exterior and neon "bowling" marquee speaks of its history?Voelkers was established more than a century ago. The owners have managed to modernize the technology while preserving the vintage charm. To wit: the center features 32 lanes with automatic scoring, plus a lounge and a sports bar with big-screen TVs. Beer signs create the effect of a neighborhood tavern, and the bowling alley also features multiple billiards tables, an arcade, and New York?state lotto games.
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    686 Amherst St
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Ira G Ross Aerospace Museum
    The Aerospace Museum was founded by a group of aviation enthusiasts to preserve Amherst's aviation artifacts. Set in the former terminal of the Niagara Falls Internantional Airport, the museum showcases a variety of planes including a Curtiss JN-4, a P-39 Aerocobra, and a Bell Model 47??the first U.S. commercially licensed helicopter. Patrons can examine these aircraft up close and peruse the documents and records relating to their history.
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    1 Seymour H Knox III Plz
    Buffalo, NY US

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