Sightseeing in Buffalo


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  • Road Less Traveled Theater
    • For $10, you get two tickets to RLTP: Blacklight (a $20 value). • For $25, you get five tickets to RLTP: Blacklight (a $50 value). • For $50, you get 10 tickets to RLTP: Blacklight (a $100 value).
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    639 Main St
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park
    Contra-rotating blades once powered by a Porsche engine sit peacefully on a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter. Nearby, a World War II seafaring destroyer with nine battle stars to its name takes its place among tanks such as the 22.3-ton tank that served in the Korean Conflict. Buffalo and Erie County Naval & Military Park's curators have amassed many such machines designed for??and veterans of??combat. Their numerous exhibits feature relics such as the only guided-missile cruiser on display in America. The role women have played in the military earns its own exhibit, as does memorabilia of former POWs and a collection of favorite cobbler recipes from WWII to present-day generals.
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    1 Naval Park Cove
    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
  • 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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