Buffalo Niagara Region
Voted one of the top 10 most beautiful places in America, the Buffalo Niagara Region is home to incredible sports fishing, a killer casino, the Niagara wine trail and of course, Niagara Falls State Park. And while a trip to this region in western New York isn’t complete without a stop at the roaring falls, there’s certainly more to do, see and experience than just the rushing waters.
Visitors can take a relaxing cruise along the historic Erie Canal, visit the Anchor Bar where the famous buffalo wings were invented, hike the awe-inspiring gorge of scenic Letchworth State Park or tour one of the impressive art museums in the heart of Buffalo. While the region is certainly home to plenty of outdoor adventure and iconic New York state scenery, history buffs and art lovers will find plenty of reasons to visit, too.
Greater Niagara includes Wyoming, Buffalo, Niagara, Orleans and Genesee counties. Visitors who want a true taste of the region can visit the Jell-O museum in Le Roy, where this tasty dessert was invented in 1897, or tour the Genesee Brewing company, which distills water from the Genesee River to create one of the state’s favorite beers.
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