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We love lighthouses, so a walk to this one was a must. It is a smaller lighthouse that can only be visited with a tour. The view of the canal and the city of Buffalo is nice from this location.
Visiting Buffalo, its museumns and historical buildings you might yearn for a peaceful stroll among greenery. An easy walk along the shore of Lake Erie will offer you a nice stroll punctuated by historical markers with info on Buffalo harbor history. And it is free. From the Buffalo Skyway, (NY Highway 5), take the 'Buffalo Outer Harbor Drive' exit and... 更多
We found this by accident! We were trying to go one way and got mixed up in the traffic for what we think was the Miss Buffalo Pageant. We drove in but then the traffic was so gnarled up we decided to park and go see the lighthouse. The waterfront is very calm with views across the lake. Lots of... 更多
This is a landmark in Buffalo I highly recommend taking a stroll to see. There are historic plaques with some very interesting stories about the Buffalo waterfront. And the view across lake Erie from the light house is a perfect place to view a sunset.
This is the original Light House for Buffalo. It has been restored, after years of abuse and is now a waterfront attraction that should be seen, if visiting the area. Tours are offered on a limited basis but you can take the footpath from the Coast Guard Station and walk over to the base of the tower to take pictures.... 更多
I have tried in years past to visit this lighthouse when I visit Buffalo. The grounds are open to walk out to the end and view the lighthouse now however inside tours are extremely limited. Like 4 a summer and never when I am in town. It's a nice walk.
The lighthouse is located next to a bird preserve which was such a pleasant walk. The lighthouse is a great bit of history and worth the trip if you are in the area
Saw the lighthouse from the harbor but no sense in walking/driving over to see it up close as it was chained shut. Our boat captain said it is open for tours only a couple of days a year ... and the day we were there wasn't it. Shame.