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What is there to do in Buffalo?

There is never a shortage of things to do around Buffalo, no matter the time of year.

In the warm weather months, there are food and art festivals nearly every weekend, live music at outdoor venues, a vibrant waterfront on Lake Erie, great places to golf, fish, or kayak, and tons of parks and bike paths. And when the snow begins to fall, you’ll find us skiing and snowboarding at places like Holiday Valley, sledding at Chestnut Ridge Park, and ice skating at Canalside.

We’re also very devoted to our professional and minor league sports teams, the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Buffalo Bandits, and Buffalo Bisons. If the arts and architecture are more your thing, you’ve come to the right place. Frank Lloyd Wright left his mark on buildings around Buffalo, the newly renovated Buffalo AKG Art Museum is home to world-class modern and contemporary art, and Frederick Law Olmsted created the beautiful parks around the area. Add to that a diverse and delectable food scene (far beyond chicken wings) and a friendly vibe; you’re sure to fall in love with Buffalo. Check out Buffalo’s Relocation Guide here.

 


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