A walking tour acquaints you with the city around you, helping you avoid disaster during future scavenger hunts and upcoming bouts of amnesia. Today’s Groupon gets you hours of steps closer: for $10, you get two tickets to the walking tour of your choice from Buffalo Tours (up to a $20 value).
Founded by the architectural adepts of Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Buffalo Tours educates residents and visitors alike about the architectural heritage of the city while simultaneously raising funds for ongoing preservation efforts. The many available walking tours highlight such treasures as Buffalo’s jewel-like stained glass windows, an angular Frank Lloyd Wright abode, and the Japanese gardens in a park landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted, one of the designers of New York City's Central Park. Snag one ticket for yourself and one for a friend, loved one, or sheltered naked mole rat curious about the ways of the human world.
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Founded by the architectural adepts of Preservation Buffalo Niagara, Buffalo Tours educates residents and visitors alike on the architectural heritage of the city and simultaneously raises funds for ongoing preservation efforts. More than 20 available walking tours, which vary seasonally, highlight such treasures as Buffalo’s most hallowed restaurants. The Parkside Neighborhood tour grants glimpses of an angular abode designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, who often used 1:16 models of his old projects as straight edges when designing his new ones. A historical Crime & Scandal tour explores Prohibition-era haunts and old presidential philandery. Boat, bus, and bike tours, alternatively, give hooves a break while their owners cruise down the Buffalo River, visiting War of 1812 battlefields or four of Buffalo’s museums.
Tours operate year-round, exploring city hall and downtown by winter and other locales daily from May to October. Members gain access to members-only events, often at a discounted rate, as well as a regular newsletter, which bestows information about the area's history, updates from the organization, and detailed landscaping horoscopes.