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Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Considered among the best in the city when it comes to modern and contemporary 20th-century art, this gallery has a rich selection of works by artists like Sol Lewitt, René Magritte, and Mark Rothko. The Delaware Park gallery also features outstanding work from the 17th-19th Centuries. In addition to the gallery, the center also includes a gift shop and the Garden Restaurant for a bite to eat after all that culture.

KeyBank Center

This multi-use arena located Buffalo's downtown waterfront is where the Sabres, Bandits, Blizzards and Destroyers play. From hockey and lacrosse to soccer, football and even concerts, this venue can host almost any event on the planet. The 20,000 seats in the state-of-the-art entertainment complex never have an obstructed view with the massive Jumbotron that dominates the ceiling. For food, try the Lexus Club restaurant and if you are in the pavilion, don't forget to visit the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame.

Shea's Performing Arts Center

Since its opening in January 1926, this all-purpose arts facility in the Buffalo Theater District has presented the drama and comedy of some the most famous stars and scenes in the 20th Century. From the silly antics of the Marx Brothers and Bob Hope to powerful performances in The Phantom of the Opera and Miss Saigon, Shea has seen it all. The National Register of Historic Places bestowed status upon the building in 1975 and today this baroque inspired facility still attracts some 300,000 patrons annually with its eclectic combination of Broadway musicals, opera, dance, children's programming, concerts and classic movies. Some patrons come just to see the theater in order to be dazzled with the ornate filigreed Rococo style and Tiffany-designed crystal chandeliers.

Kavinoky Theatre

Located on the historic campus of D'Youvile College in Buffalo's West Side, this professional theater has been producing award-winning dramas and musicals for over 20 years. A restored 1908 Victorian theater, inside this 260-seat space the air is filled with the sound of productions such as Sleuth, and Man of LaMancha and many other popular ones.

Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site

Ultimately the site of Theodore Roosevelt's inauguration as President of the United States following the assassination of William McKinley, this stately Greek Revival home has stood at 641 Delaware Avenue since the early 1800s. The building served as an emergency venue for Roosevelt's swearing-in ceremony that took place on 14th September 1901. The house has undergone a series of architectural changes over the centuries but retains an original structure that formed a part of the Buffalo Barracks compound. While the presidential office is by far the site's prime attraction, its onsite museum is equally impressive preserving exhibits from the Pan-American Exposition of 1901 among many others.

The Buffalo History Museum

Set in a building constructed in 1901, the Buffalo History Museum is the ideal place to know the history of the city and county. It also gives a glimpse of life during the turn of the 20th Century. Chronicle the 150 years of history in the Research Library or explore the exhibit galleries like Rotary, Pioneer, the State Court, Erie County Room, Community Gallery and Native American Gallery. It was earlier called Buffalo Historical Society and Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. This museum also has one of the finest collection of Pan-American Exposition artifacts.

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