Buffalo August 19, 2019
Take This History Tour By Boat To Learn About Buffalo In A Whole New Way
As Buffalo sits along miles and miles of Lake Erie’s shoreline, you’ll find that there are plenty of ways to get out on the water in our city. If you’re looking for an opportunity to learn more about the amazing place we call home, it’s time to discover these on-the-water history tours that will take you through some of the Queen City’s most fascinating areas. Check it out!
Departing from along the riverfront on Prime Street, Buffalo History River Tours is an attraction of the Queen City that shouldn't be overlooked.
Locals and visitors to the city can get out on the Buffalo River aboard either their 145-passenger vessel, the Harbor Queen, or their smaller 48-passenger boat, the River Queen.
While the amazing tours offered through this local company remain unknown to many, you'll still find that their tours are frequently sold out and completely booked up.
Buffalo River History Tours are fun for all ages and take you out onto the Buffalo River and right through Silo City.
The company features a variety of tours, with one of the most popular being their Silo City Tour.
Those who book the Silo City Tour will not only get to enjoy two hours out on the Buffalo River, but will also get to enjoy a walking tour through the inside of the local grain elevators.
With narration given during this tour, you'll be fascinated as you feel like a tourist in your own city and learn about the history of the Perot Family Malting Plant.
To those who happen to be looking for a different adventure out on the water, you'll be excited to hear about their other boat rides.
Throughout the week, Buffalo River History Tours showcases things like their Harbor Cruise, Canalside Cruise, and Caribbean Cruise, which include things like cocktails, live music, and scenic views of both the Buffalo River and Lake Erie.
Creating a unique way to learn more about your home as well as offering exciting cruises too, now is the perfect time to book a tour with Buffalo River History Tours.
If you've been looking for the ultimate way to get out on the water, grab your friends and family before these amazing tours are all booked up for the year!
To find out more about Buffalo History River Tours,
Address: 44 Prime Street, Buffalo, NY, 14202
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