Stand where Theodore Roosevelt took the oath of office. Gaze at the terminus of the Erie Canal. Wander through a fort that played a pivotal role in the French and Indian War.
Western New York’s rich history is told at heritage sites
throughout the region. These include:
Site of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
A 300-year-old National Historic Landmark.
Incomparable beauty and the final resting place of some of
Western New York’s most notable citizens, including U.S.
President Millard Fillmore.
The Greek revival mansion where Roosevelt was sworn in as
president after William McKinley’s assassination.
The nation’s largest inland floating history museum.
A major shipping portal that was a principal force in
transforming Buffalo from a frontier village into a thriving
commercial and industrial metropolis.