Buffalo History Museum

Since 1862, The Buffalo History Museum (formerly known as the Buffalo and County Historical Society) has been Western New York’s premier historical organization, serving to collect, research, interpret, and share the Niagara Frontier’s rich history. Its collections include more than 100,000 artifacts, 200,000 photographs, and 20,000 books. The Buffalo History Museum annually presents a wide array of programs, exhibits, tours, outdoor events, and activities for all ages that utilize many of these resources to tell the stories of both ordinary and extraordinary people of Western New York.

The Buffalo History Museum
One Museum Court
Buffalo, New York 14216
(716) 873-9644
http://www.buffalohistory.org/


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Did you know?

A now famous book was written about Lewiston's role in the Underground Railroad, called Freedom Crossing, by Margaret Goff Clark, and is read by thousands of grade school students across the United States every year.  The Freedom Crossing Monument commemorates the Underground Railroad movement in Lewiston and was dedicated on October 14, 2009.

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Visitor Center

Public Restroom

Food

Playground

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Handicap Accessible

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Picnic Area


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