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National history meets international art at Buffalo vacation rentals
A condo in Buffalo, NY spells unparalleled military and pioneer history. See the world's endangered animals under one roof, and watch light shows in spectacular glasshouses amid botanical gardens. Come in summer for the country's largest outdoor Shakespearean festival.
Picasso and pioneers
Take a trip to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery if you're in the mood for some contemporary art in a historic space. Exhibitions have featured greats such as Richard Diebenkorn, while the permanent collection centers on masterpieces by Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, and other famous names.
The Buffalo History Museum, designated a National Historic Landmark, was fashioned after the Parthenon in Athens. Exhibits offer insights into the pioneer and Native American history of the region, along with a host of other fascinating insights into the area, presented in grand galleries. It's worth a visit for the architecture alone.
Minutes from Delaware Park's baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and soccer fields, you'll come upon the Buffalo Zoo, the nation's third-oldest zoo. Opened in 1870, the revered institution is constantly refreshed with special events, live performances, and seasonal happenings. You'll see some of the world's rarest and most exotic animals under one roof, up close. Take part in a Wild Workshop and work with the zookeepers, or a Zoo Snooze, during which you'll sleep in an exhibit surrounded by live animals and enjoy guided tours before opening hours.
Take the kids to the educational and entertaining Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site. The Greek revival house and museum is situated on the site where the great leader swore his oath of office in 1901. Continue the historical theme at the Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park. Situated on the sea-like Lake Erie, the park's collection comprises vast destroyers and other decommissioned US Naval vessels. There are also aircraft and vehicles among this impressive conglomeration of engineering feats and war history.
Experience a natural wonderland
Discover scenic Delaware Park, which features on the National Register of Historic Places. It is divided into 98-hectare Meadow Park and 54-hectare Water Park. A twelve-acre ravine and tranquil creek adorn the park's south edge, while Hoyt Lake glitters to the west. The Scajaquada Expressway cleaves the park in two, stretching from east to west. Every summer, the park hosts the largest free outdoor Shakespearean festival in the country. Don't leave without visiting the replica of Michelangelo's David that looks down on the park.
Explore the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, which encompass a remarkable 67-foot tall dome. Inside, towering tropical palms, exotic flowers, and impressive light shows await. Formal arrangements incorporate pavilions and other focal points. Children's programs and special events and exhibitions invigorate this very alive attraction even more.
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