Buffalo’s Cherry Blossom Festival Is The Most Beautiful Way To Celebrate Spring

Around this time of year, Buffalonians start to notice the many signs of spring. You wake up to the birds chirping in the morning and watch as the snow begins to melt. Out of all the things that make up this magnificent season, there’s no better sign that spring has sprung than by the celebration of one of Buffalo’s most unique and breathtaking festivals.

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The Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival takes place at the Japanese Garden next to the Buffalo History Museum in Delaware Park, located at 1 Museum Ct., Buffalo NY 14216. Visitors are welcome to come and go as they please during daylight hours.

Did you attend the Buffalo Cherry Blossom Festival in years past? Will you be there this year? We’ll see you there!

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