Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum


The highlight of this museum is a copper-roofed gas filling station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1927 for Buffalo, but never actually built. Surrounding it is a collection of vintage automobiles including ones made by the Buffalo-based Pierce-Arrow Factory.

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1. Guaranty Building

0.47 MILES

Completed in 1896 for the Guaranty Construction company, this gorgeous piece of architecture has a facade covered in detailed terra-cotta tiles and a…

2. Canalside

0.52 MILES

Buffalo's once-derelict waterfront has been spruced up to offer year-round entertainments and activities, from markets and light shows in summer to ice…

4. Outer Harbor


This narrow, 400-acre strip of land between the Buffalo River and Lake Erie serves as the city’s Central Park. The heart of the space is Wilkeson Pointe,…

5. Buffalo City Hall

0.74 MILES

This 32-story art deco masterpiece, opened in 1931 and beautifully detailed inside and out, towers over downtown. It's worth joining the free tour at noon…

7. Old Fort Erie

2.96 MILES

East of Port Colborne and south of Niagara Falls is the town of Fort Erie, where the Niagara River leaks out of Lake Erie. Across from Buffalo, NY, it’s…

8. Delaware Park

3.34 MILES

This 350-acre park is one of three in the city designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. It includes meadows, forests, lakes, rose and Japanese-style gardens,…