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.
A major shipping portal that was a principal force in
transforming Buffalo from a frontier village into a thriving
commercial and industrial metropolis.