Buffalo, NY

Situated in Western New York near the U.S.-Canadian border and gorgeous Niagara Falls, Buffalo is the second-largest city in New York. Blends Northeastern and Midwestern traditions into a unique culture all its own Buffalo is known for annual festivals including Taste of Buffalo and Allentown Art Festival, it two major professional sports teams — Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres — two Division I college athletics programs — Buffalo Bulls and Canisius Golden Griffins — and a thriving and progressive music and arts scene.
Big-city amenities, small-town charm, and affordable real estate have made Buffalo one of the most desirable places in the northeast to live and visit. Enjoy world-renowned art museums, spacious parks, legendary architecture, and professional sports—all without the trappings of mega-city costs, traffic, and inconvenience.

Buffalo Waterfront

The newly revitalized waterfront is a perfect encapsulation of the city’s transformation. The city has turned this once dilapidated, desolate area along Lake Erie into its crowning jewel. Walking along the water, you might stumble upon a concert, water bikers, or ice sculptures in the winter. If you want a brief escape from the urban grind, check out the Times Beach Nature Preserve. What other cities can boast such beauty so close to the city center? What other downtowns have over 240 species of migrating birds pass through? Active travelers can rent kayaks and take on the Buffalo River, or fly down the zip line at Buffalo RiverWorks’ grain silos. Families can head to Explore and More: The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children’s Museum. Beer lovers can visit the RiverWorks Brewery. Collectors can head to the boardwalk and pick up a locally made vintage-style souvenir at the Oxford Pennant summer pop up shop.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House is a prime example of the transformative power of architecture. Built between 1903 and 1905, it was designed by acclaimed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright as the city home for Buffalo business executive Darwin D. Martin and his family. Martin House is characterized by its spatial openness, horizontal planes, pier and cantilever construction, and palette of natural colors and materials. It is considered one of the great achievements of Wright's career, resulting from a remarkable partnership between client and architect.

Getting there

Airlines serving Buffalo, NY from Myrtle Beach International Airport