Known as Buffalo's city cemetery and in existence since 1849, this 267-acre property features the grave sites of some of ... More
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Known as Buffalo's city cemetery and in existence since 1849, this 267-acre property features the grave sites of some of the city's most important citizens. Buried here are former U.S. President Millard Fillmore, Indian Chief Red Jacket, from whom the land to create the city of Buffalo was purchased, and Pony Express pioneer William Fargo, to name a few. You can stop at the office inside the main entrance for a self-guiding map. Bird watching and Sunday hayride-style tours of the beautiful grounds are also available.
I was happy to find this information on the web. Gone for thirty years to Alaska, I was happy to learn of the the interesting sites there in Buffalo, and particularily the information on Forest Lawn Cemetery; and those re-searching grave sites for others. I myself have never been to my own fathers who died in the Buffalo area but was buried in New Jersey. The work they do is tremendous and encourages me to do something here in Anchorage.
Mary Barbara Nelson (Mayne)
this is a very historic and wonderful place to visit..the blocher monument is beautiful...a must see for anyone visiting this area...there is many wonderful works of art and the carved stonework is great...
A classic example of Art Deco architectural design, this building ranks as an early 20th Century Americanesque masterpiece and has
been considered an enduring symbol of Buffalo's genius and spirit since it was designed in 1929 by John J. ...
Located in the heart of downtown Buffalo and connected by an enclosed walkway to the deluxe Hyatt Regency , this
convention center boasts more than 110,000 square feet of space in the Exhibit Hall and 21 meeting rooms. The ...
Located on a beautiful, mature campus at the edge of the Elmwood Avenue Strip, this unit of the State University
of New York (SUNY) system has made it its mission to ensure the best in public higher education while ...