Old Fort Niagara

Old Fort Niagara is a historic site that offers a stunning combination of Original 18th century buildings and fortifications enlivened by dynamic living history programs. Explore the grounds where Native Americans, French, British, and American soldiers struggled for a continent and experience Niagara as it once was over 200 years ago.

Niagara Adventure Theater

Witness Niagara Falls’ incredible stories and history that would otherwise take a lifetime to experience. Discover the thundering Falls from a completely new and exhilarating perspective, and plunge over them with historic daredevils.

Niagara Aerospace Museum

Displays a 100 year collection of Western New York’s rich aviation and aerospace history.

Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum

Museum celebrating the production of carrousels, band organ and other amusement rides in Western New York. Ride antique carrousels and 4 kiddie rides (in season). Experience exhibits, demonstrations, family oriented Children’s Gallery, events, and gift shop.

Das Haus German Heritage Museum

Original 1843 log house. Exhibits tell story of immigrants who left norther Germany for religious freedom. Their communities in Western New York stayed “German” for almost a century. Seasonal

Erie Canal Discovery Center

A multi-media interactive museum that will transport you back to the 1820’s and the early days of the Erie Canal.

  • 24 Church St.
  • Lockport, NY, 14094

Murphy Orchards

Historic farmstead of abolitionist Charels McClew. National Park Services Underground Railroad Network to Freedom and NYS Underground Railroad Heritage Trail. Still a working commercial farm with fresh produce in season, jams and jellies made in the farmhouse kitchens, a country barn store, a tea room and guided and self-guided tours.

  • 2402 McClew Rd.
  • Burt, NY, 14028

New York State Erie Canal Museum at Locks 34 & 35

Nostalgic black and white photos of the early days are housed in this former Barge Canal powerhouse.

  • 80 Canal St.
  • Lockport, NY, 14094

Darwin D. Martin House

Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905, The Darwin D. Martin House Complex, a National Historic Landmark is considered by leading Frank Lloyd Wright scholars as one of Wright’s finest achievements of the Prairie period and, indeed, of his entire career. The only way to see the buildings of the Martin House complex is on a docent-led guided tour.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery is a vibrant museum in the heart of Buffalo’s cultural district. Since opening in 1862 the Albright-Knox has been a showplace for modern and contemporary art.

Oakwood Cemetery of Niagara Falls

Historic Oakwood Cemetery was established in 1852. Permanent home to over 22,000 residents that include Annie Edson Taylor, Capitan Matthew Webb and many more! Mausoleum designed by well-known architect E.B. Green. The 20 acre site was laid out by renowned civil engineer T.D. Judah.

Railroad Museum of the Niagara Frontier

Displays local railroad history and artifacts. Children can play with wooden train models and operate electric trains. Two cabooses and two industrial locomotives also on display outside.

  • 111 Oliver St.
  • North Tonawanda, NY, 14120

Col. William Bond – Jesse Hawley House

This 1824 National Register house was the first brick house in Lockport, NY and was home to Col. William Bond and Jesse Hawley. Twelve rooms furnished in pre-Victorian period. Opened Seasonally.

  • 143 Ontario St.
  • Lockport, NY, 14094

History Center of Niagara

This collection of diversified Niagara County artifacts is house in five buildings and includes items from the Erie Canal, Civil War, farming and more!

  • 215 Niagara St.
  • Lockport, NY, 14094

Buffalo Fire Historical Museum

The museum has more than 30 collections that include, horse drawn and motorized fire apparatus, uniforms and badges, helmets and patches, firefighting tools and fire extinguishers, videos and films and much more.

North Tonawanda History Museum

Historical museum of an Erie Canal- Niagara River community in the 19th and 20th centuries. Includes industrial, immigrant, military and general heritage of its people and Pan-American Expo Exhibit.

Ransomville Historical Room

Features artifacts from Ransomville Hamlet, a post office display, 1930’s kitchen and many other exhibits.

  • 3733 Ransomville Rd.
  • Ransomville, NY, 14131

Sanborn Area Historical

One room school house museum filled with Sanborn history and memorabilia, antique toys, pictures and displays from the early 1800’s.

Sanborn Lewiston Farm Museum

Home of “Moo 2” the only two headed calf! Visit 60 acres of picturesque farmland, a barn full of antique tractors, farm equipment and buildings from the past with artifacts capturing agriculture’s history.

Town of Newfane Historical Society & Van Horn Mansion

Completely restored Victorian mansion. Enjoy a tour of the mansion from cellar to attic. Hear all about the history of the Town of Newfane.

Town of Porter Historical Society Museum

Four room history museum that highlights the town’s rich history as a farming community with close ties to Fort Niagara. Genealogical research materials, including cemetery records and census data are available.

  • 240 Lockport St.
  • Youngstown, NY, 14174

Town of Somerset Historical Society – Babcock House Museum

One of 50 cobblestone structure in Niagara USA, this beautiful Greek Revival-style home was built for Jeptha Babcock around 1848.

  • 7449 Lake Rd.
  • Appleton, NY, 14008

Wilson Historical Society & Museum

Railroad station dating back to 1912, with vintage cars, trucks and a restored and working 1861 schoolhouse.

  • 645 Lake St.
  • Wilson, NY, 14172