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Buffalo, NY Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 152
Total Sleeping Rooms 8,500
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 486
Committable Meeting Rooms* 25
Largest Exhibit Space 64,410 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 16,200 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $100
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $319
*Maximum for a single hotel

Buffalo, NY Things to Do and Attractions

Albright-Knox Art Gallery

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Among the world's top destinations for 20th century painting and sculpture, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery houses an outstanding collection of modern and contemporary art. The museum's collection of more than 5,000 pieces of post-war American and

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Anchor Bar

Established in 1935, Buffalo's legendary Anchor Bar is the home of the original Buffalo chicken wing, which was first served in 1964. Anchor Bar's closely-guarded secret recipe for their award-winning wing sauces - mild, medium, hot, spicy barbecue

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Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens

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The world-renowned Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens draw tens of thousands of visitors every year. First opened in 1900 for the Pan American Exposition, the gardens are a tourist favorite, known for their exotic horticulture.

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Buffalo City Hall

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Built between 1929 and 1931, the 32-story Buffalo City Hall is an Art Deco masterpiece and Buffalo landmark. This architectural gem features beautiful lobby murals depicting the city's history and industry; exquisite skylights and sculptures in the

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Buffalo Harbor Cruises

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Buffalo Harbor Cruises operates narrated sightseeing cruises along the Buffalo River, Outer Harbor, Lake Erie, Niagara River and historic Black Rock Lock and Canal. All tours are operated from the double-decker Miss Buffalo II, which can accommodate

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Buffalo Museum of Science

Established in 1861, the Buffalo Museum of Science is celebrated as one of the top family destinations in the city. Among its many exhibits, Dinosaurs & Co. features 50-million-year-old fossils, the skeletons of a Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops

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Buffalo Zoo

Established in 1875, the Buffalo Zoo is the 3rd largest zoo in the United States. This wildly popular attraction is home to a wide variety of exotic and domestic animals, ranging from endangered Siberian tigers to poison arrow frogs. The 23.5-acre

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Center for the Arts

The University of Buffalo's Center for the Arts is a non-profit cultural institution established in 1994. The spectacular venue holds 400 events for more than 200,000 guests each year. Visitors can enjoy a wide range of performing and visual arts

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Darwin D. Martin House

Constructed between 1903 and 1905, the Darwin D. Martin House complex exemplifies Wright's Prairie House style, marked by horizontally-oriented lines, long-banded windows, pitched roofs and over-hanging eaves. The 29,050-square-foot complex, a

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Erie Canal Harbor

The recently-restored Erie Canal Harbor transports visitors back to the 19th and 20th centuries, when the harbor functioned as the bustling western terminus of the Erie Canal. First constructed in 1825, the canal established an all-water passage

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Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin D. Martin House and Graycliff Estate

Six residents and one commercial building designed by architectural legend Frank Lloyd Wright's are located in the Buffalo region, including the Darwin D. Martin House and the summer estate Graycliff, both built for entrepreneur Darwin D. Martin and

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Graycliff

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Located just a short drive from Buffalo in neighboring Derby, Graycliff served as the summer residence of the Darwin Martin family from 1927 to 1940. Constructed from 1926 to 1928, the three-building complex is set on eight acres overlooking Lake

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Niagara Falls State Park

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The world-famous Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in the United States. Open daily from dawn to dusk, the park surrounds the celebrated Niagara Falls and attracts millions of visitors every year. Popular activities at the park

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Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory

The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory is the largest of its kind in the world, featuring more than 2,000 free-flying butterflies in a lush rainforest setting. Guests can wander the conservatory's 600-foot pathway among swooping butterflies, which

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Old Fort Niagara

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Perched on a bluff overlooking Lake Ontario not far from Niagara Falls, the picturesque Old Fort Niagara attracts more than 100,000 visitors every year. With a rich history spanning more than 300 years, the 1726 fort underwent intense restorations

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Bacchus Wine Bar and Restaurant

Nestled in the heart of Buffalo's entertainment district on famous Chippewa Street, the hip Bacchus Wine Bar and Restaurant features a delicious seasonal menu using the best available ingredients from local and regional farms. The restaurant

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Black & Blue Steak & Crab

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Buffalo's popular Black & Blue Steak & Crab serves up a contemporary twist on classic American steak and seafood cuisine. Diners flock to the restaurant's comfortable leather to dine among fireplaces, honey-colored wood and sleek pendant lighting.

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City Grill

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Operating since 1998, City Grill is among Buffalo's top dining destinations. Now marked by extensive ironwork and exposed brick, the restaurant is located in a multi-leveled space that was once Buffalo's original department store. Inspired by the

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Papaya

The sophisticated Papaya serves exquisitely-prepared Southeast Asian cuisine. The restaurant's modern, minimalist dcor features floor-to-ceiling windows, low lighting and hues of plum, red and gold, setting the mood for an exotic experience. Menu

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