Bus stations in Buffalo, New York
With a convenient location in the heart of Buffalo's downtown area, the Buffalo Transportation Center is just minutes from many of the city's main attractions. Walk to several downtown hotels and hostels, or make easy connections to Buffalo's subway and local bus systems to reach other destinations.
Buffalo city guide
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Buffalo is known for its impressive architecture, and one of the most interesting examples is its Art Deco city hall. After admiring the building from the outside, take the elevator to the free observation deck, where you can get a whole new perspective on Buffalo.
Discover Buffalo history
Visit the Darwin D. Martin House, a National Historic Landmark and a beautifully preserved home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. For more Buffalo history, don't miss the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, where Teddy Roosevelt was sworn into office in 1901.
Modern and contemporary art
See some of the best modern and contemporary art in the nation at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, located on the north side of Buffalo's Elmwood Village. Across the street, the Burchfield Penney Art Center houses numerous works of art by Charles Burchfield and countless other Western New York artists.
Explore the city's natural beauty at the Buffalo and Erie Botanical Gardens, which has indoor and outdoor facilities. Stretch your legs at Buffalo's expansive Delaware Park, a 376-acre park with water features, trails, and picnic areas.
With so much to do in Buffalo, you might want to plan a longer getaway to the Queen City. No matter how long you stay, plan to arrive by bus for a stress-free trip to Buffalo.