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This magical attraction features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!
Want to touch and feed a beluga whale? Marineland has long been a favorite for families. This park features amusement rides, dolphin, walrus and sea lion shows; splash and jump sessions showcasing killer whales. There are also land animals such as deer, buffaloes and bears.
Experience 50,000 sq feet of tropical rainforest with over 400 free flying birds at the world’s largest indoor aviary.
Considered Frank Lloyd Wright's greatest "Prairie House," this five-structure complex was designed and built from 1903 to 1905. The 362 art glass windows, a Wright trademark, along with his horizontal lines and sharp angles, are pleasing to Wright novices and devotees alike.
An oasis of breathtaking beauty, these gardens - filled with flowers, plants, herbs and cacti from around the world - are housed inside an 1890s Victorian glass-domed greenhouse. The site, designed by New York Central Park creator Frederick Law Olmstead, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Buffalo's Forest Lawn Cemetery dates back to 1849. It is set on a beautiful land full of a variety of mature trees, gentle hills, dabbling brooks, picturesque bridges and a small lake
The third-oldest zoo in the U.S., housed on 23 acres, features over 1000 animals from throughout the world in natural settings, plus more than 300 species of plants. Gorillas in a rainforest, lion and tiger habitats, a petting zoo, giant Brazilian cockroaches, polar bears and a clan of buffalo are the highlights.
This waterfront museum, located across from HSBC Arena , salutes all branches of the United States Armed Forces, with special emphasis on Western New York veterans. Visitors can tour a World War II submarine, destroyer, and guided missile cruiser. There are military artifacts such as tanks, aircraft and memorabilia, including a collection from the Polish Armed Forces.
Perfect for a family outing, this hands-on museum covers everything from anthropology to zoology, focusing on the Great Niagara Region. There's something to fascinate every generation from toddlers (Camp Wee Explorers exhibit) to grandparents. The only Tibetan sand mandala in North America is here.
Considered among the best in the world when it comes to modern and contemporary 20th-century art, this gallery has a rich selection of works by artists like Picasso, van Gogh, and Jackson Pollock. The Delaware Park gallery also features outstanding work from the 17th-19th centuries. The gallery also includes a Gift Shop and the Garden Restaurant.