Buffalo Transportation Pierce Arrow Museum, Buffalo

Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
On display are historical items illustrating Buffalo's role in the evolution of transportation. At one time, Western New York boasted more than 75 companies who attempted to find success in the manufacture of automobiles, including electric vehicles. You will find photos, paintings, art objects, vintage clothing, and an array of automotive artifacts gathered over more than 42 years of collecting.
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  • Have to admit I won tickets to this museum but was pleasantly surprised how professional and informative it was. I would've paid the admission price in full if I knew how well run and well stocked thi...  read more »
  • I'm not a car enthusiast but loved this museum. Nice small museum & great way to do something for an hour+. We stayed for the docent tour which was very interesting. This is great for families & those...  read more »
  • Plan on spending a couple of hours. Displays include fabulous automobiles, some in pristine, drive-away condition. And not just Pierce-Arrows. You will also see vintage motorcycles, bicycles, a couple...  read more »
  • It is important to remember that the bulk of this exhibit is made up of one man's personal collection. It is a gift to the city of buffalo that should be cherished as it reminds them of their glorious past. If that is not enough, be sure to see a full size rendering of Frank Lloyd Wright's vision of a gas station/service centre. It is truly exciting because of where it sits on the timeline. It points the way from Greycliff to Falling Water.
  • AWESOME place for a taste of forgotton buffalo history. a great collection of local and exotic historic collectibles. and a tribute to a master architect frank Lloyd wright.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright gas station and many of the cars and bibcycles are awesome, but also cluttered with junk.
  • Nice museum but wish it was a little bigger and not as expensive.
  • Great place to check out some local transportation history.
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