Buffalo

Albright-Knox Art Gallery

‘The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, founded in 1862, is the governing body of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. It is among the oldest public arts organizations in the United States. A major event in the life of the Academy occurred with the construction of the Albright Art Gallery, a generous gift from Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist John J. Albright. Intended to serve first as the Fine Arts Pavilion of the Pan-American Exposition in 1901, it was completed too late for that purpose in 1905. The original building was designed by Edward B. Green, the distinguished Buffalo architect also responsible for the design of the Toledo Museum of Art and the Dayton Art...

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Hoyt Lake Rowboats

OMG! How cool would it be to get your picture taken on Hoyt lake in a ROWBOAT! Picture your husband rowing you along on a warm summer day after your big event! You relaxing and floating along. All the while we will be capturing the moment in pictures for you to remiss about. Check out this cool Virtual Tour of Hoyt Lake from Buffalo VR:  Hoyt Lake VR View on a map Hoyt Lake Rowboats 198 Lincoln Parkway, Buffalo, NY (716) 652-0065 via Hoyt Lake...

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Buffalo Museum of Science

Something old something new, something borrowed something blue. Well how about getting your picture taken with something REALLY old like a Triceratops skeleton? Well there is one located at the Buffalo Science Museum along with more! There is a fee to get in but if this is your gig, it is well worth it. So how cool would it be to get married at the Buffalo Museum of Science!?!?! We have been to the Museum for a catered event in the past. The Buffalo Astronomical Association had their annual member dinner there and the food and service was topnotch! No, we didn’t shoot the event, we were guests as I am a member of the BAA. You can find out...

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Tifft Nature Preserve

A serene retreat in the city, Tifft Nature Preserve is located just three miles from downtown Buffalo off the new Outer Harbor Parkway. A large room and amenities are available indoors. However, the 264-acres containing five miles of trails, three boardwalks and a cattail marsh are the real draw. Fishing at Lake Kirsty, snowshoe rentals and expert guides are also available. View on a map via Host an Event :: Buffalo Museum of Science (scroll to the...

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Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society

The History Museum may be used for weddings and other special occasions. Olivers is the exclusive caterer at The History Museum. With a rich local history, Olivers is widely regarded for delivering the highest quality in food and service in the Buffalo Niagara region.  Your memorable event will be tailored to your individual needs and budget. Personal attention to detail will ensure that your reception is a true success. View on a map via The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society Buffalo New York | Wedding...

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Niagara Square

‘Niagara Square is not a square, but a circle and is located at the intersection of Delaware, Niagara, Genesee and Court Streets. It was laid out by Joseph Ellicott, surveyor and land agent for the Holland Land Co. in 1807. In the center of the square, stands the city’s memorial to President William McKinley, who was assassinated while attending the Pan-American Exposition in 1901. Burnham, D. H., who was called in to consult on the project, suggested the appropriateness of an obelisk, with fountains at the base and decided where it should be placed. Niagara Square is the unofficial town square of Buffalo.’ Niagara Square is just a cool spot. There is...

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9197 Lake Shore Rd | Buffalo, NY 14006 | (716) 997-9816