300 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14214 Directions
Buffalo Zoo is the second largest tourist attraction in Western New York, with nearly 400,000 visitors. The zoo offers tourists exciting displays of species, natural wildlife environments, beautiful garden areas, and other special areas. Buffalo Zoo exhibits a broad array of native and wild animals and more than 320 different plant species. AZA is a pioneer in global wildlife conservation, with over 200 certified leaders. It offers tourists exciting exhibits of animals, naturalistic wildlife environments, beautiful garden areas, and other exclusive ways to enjoy an atmosphere. Tourists can enjoy the delta sonic heritage farm during the 1850s, replicating a farm along Erie Canal. Zoo offers a range of general and explicitly tailored programs for children and adults of all ages at the zoo and throughout the neighborhood. It affords free entry for children under 2 & members.
Zootique, Zoo Rules, Animals, Collections, Birthday Parties, Stores, Events Calendar, Educational Programs, Shop, Wedding Photos, Naturalistic Wildlife Habitats, Concessions, Private Events, Beautiful Garden Areas, Corporate Rentals, Lodging, Camps & Overnight Programs
Regular (13 - 64) $14.95
Seniors 65 + $12.95
Children (2 - 12) $10.95
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BUFFALO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE
1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14211 Directions
Buffalo Museum of Science is a non-profit organization in the Buffalo Niagara area committed to offering science programs to learners of all ages. It has over 750,000 specimens and immersive labs focusing on space and health sciences. The museum provides hands-on activities, seminars, panel discussions, guided tours, and forums for its visitors and community to learn more. Buffalo Science Museum also offers a special, memorable place for your next gathering. It offers rotating exhibits, a 3D cinema, and permanent exhibition halls, including early childhood hands-on gallery, explorations, and immersive science lab. It presents over 1,500 species of insects in Bug Plays or discovers science in the explorations old childhood gallery with your toddler and young scientists. Buffalo Museum of Science offers free admission for museum members and children under 2. It is handicapped accessible. Free parking is available.
Anthropology, Entomology, Research, Teaching, Botany, Self-Guided Nature, Public Library, Workshops, Planetarium, Discovery Camps, Paleontology and Zoology, Education, Mycology, Exhibits, Observatory, Virtual Science, Literature and Art, Collections & Hiking Trails
Adults - $14
Seniors 62+ - $11
Students/Military with ID - $11
Children 2-17 - $11
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BUFFALO AND ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS
2655 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14218 Directions
Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is a national historic site, educational center, and visitor attraction full of exotic worldwide horticultural treasure. It has over 125,000 visitors a year to enjoy the beautiful architecture and the sanctuaries of the indoor and outdoor garden. Visitors can find peace and harmony and enjoy the natural world's simple power. If you visit their twelve agricultural beauty greenhouses, you will enjoy a one hour guided experience, led by one of their seasoned docents. Tourists often use it as a place of spiritual healing, contemplation, and reflection. Travelers commonly use it as a place of spiritual healing, meditation, and reflection. It affords free entry for members, kids two and under.
Schools, Private Workshops, Special Needs, Renovations, Guided Tours, Wegmans Family Garden, Great Plant Sale, Gift Shop, Kids Birthday Parties, Adult and Kids Programs, Corporate Events, Outreach, Arcangel Gallery, Exhibits, Private, Scout, Weddings & Photography
Adults - $12.50
Seniors (62+) - $11
Students (13+ with ID) - $11
Kids 3-12 - $7