Just a 20 minute drive from Niagara Falls!
That's right, Buffalo is very close to one of the world's greatest natural wonders! In the spirit of outdoorsman and conservationist Theodore Roosevelt, make a side trip to visit this majestic waterfall at the Niagara Falls State Park. As a member of the New York State Assembly in the 1880s, Theodore Roosevelt was a member of the Niagara Falls Association, an organization dedicated to promoting public and legislative support for a state park protecting Niagara Falls.
Other Nearby Presidential Places of Interest
Millard Fillmore Home in East Aurora, NY. (24 Shearer Ave., East Aurora, NY 14052)
Millard Fillmore's final resting place in Forest Lawn cemetery, Buffalo, NY
Nearest National Park Service Areas
To the East:
James A. Garfield National Historic Site 175 miles
David Berger National Memorial 190 miles
Cuyahoga Valley National Park 210 miles
First Ladies National Historic Site 245 miles
Old Fort Niagara 32 miles
Erie Canal Discovery Center 30 miles
Historic Forest Lawn Tours 1.5 miles
Buffalo Tours various locations
Albright-Knox Art Gallery 2 miles
Burchfield-Penney Art Center 2 miles
Buffalo Religious Arts Center 5 miles
Roycroft Campus 21 miles
Anderson Gallery 5 miles
Science and Nature:
Whitworth Ferguson Planetarium 2 miles
Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper various locations
Did You Know?
When President William McKinley was shot in 1901, he was the third American president to be assassinated in 36 years. Abraham Lincoln had died in 1865, and James Garfield had been assassinated in 1881, only 20 years earlier. More...