Here are some pictures of the Delaware Park area of Buffalo, New York. These were taken in the Springtime, as you see tulips in one picture. Delaware Park is Buffalo’s premier park… home to a Japanese Garden, statue of Abraham Lincoln, the Buffalo Zoo and much more. Pictures by Todd Hariaczyi
The Buffalo waterfront is the place to see the sun setting over Lake Erie. Do you want to see a naval ship or two? How about an old-yet-working fireboat? Smell Cheerios in the air? That’s coming from the General Mills plant downtown at the Buffalo waterfront. Explore! Pictures by Todd Hariaczyi
The World’s Largest Rubber Duck came to Buffalo and some 100,000 people came to see it! What a sight– at 6 stories tall, this yellow duck stood out in the Buffalo River on a strong platform for all to see. Take a look at the pictures from Buffalo’s “Canalside” and notice how much Buffalo’s waterfront has changed in the past 20 years. It used to be a ghost town. Today it’s the place to be, with lots of boats, people, and things to see and do. From the USS Little Rock navy ship to the boardwalk, Canalside is a hot and happening area; there’s even the Queen City Bike Ferry to take people across the water so to get to the “Outer Harbor” area where there’s a park, events, bike trails and more. If you haven’t been to Canalside/Buffalo, it’s worth a visit. –Mark Weber of Beautiful Buffalo
Downtown Buffalo is buzzing with people as HarborCenter makes its debut. There’s the flagship Tim Hortons there, as well as a superb new indoor ice rink on the 7th floor. Also nearby you can visit Canalside, Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino and other attractions. Pretty soon there’ll be outdoor ice skating, too! If you haven’t been to downtown Buffalo in a long time, it’s starting to look like a brand new city!
Enjoy these nice pictures of Buffalo sunsets at the city’s waterfront near the Erie Basin Marina and Canalside. –Mark Weber
Delaware Avenue in downtown Buffalo is a nice looking street, with a mix of businesses, homes, churches, shops and more. Each summer, the Taste of Buffalo happens on Delaware Avenue, where dozens of local restaurants serve up samplings of their delectable offerings. Hundreds of thousands attend, and it’s a good time. Here are some pictures of what the scene looks like…