City Hall Buffalo City
36 locals recommend
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The most outstanding Art Deco public building in the Country. Observatory on the twenty-eight floor offers spectacular views of the city and Lake Erie. Tour a must for any visitor. Sunburst skylight.
~!...the view from the observation deck!!!...also, the stain glass of The Council Chambers...!~
The observation deck at the top of tallest city hall in the United States is a must see for any Buffalo tourist. Stunning 360 views of the city and all it has to offer.
Free Viewing deck at the top of the building open to anyone! Beautiful panoramic views of the city!
You must take in the art deco in the lobby before taking the elevator and the climb up to the observation level . You'll be glad you did!
The 32 story Buffalo City Hall is situated at the center point of Buffalo's radial grid pattern layout and perfectly exemplifies the Art Deco style of architecture. The observation deck provides amazing 360 degree views of the city and the Erie Basin Marina (which if you notice is designed in the…
If you're in on a weekday, checkout the observation deck (free), and get some beautiful views of Buffalo!
An architectural masterpiece. They offer tours and there is an observation tower
This 32 floor Art Deco building sits in the virtual epicenter of Buffalo. It's a masterpiece, with eye catching stained glass windows, friezes, and murals this site shouldn't be missed. However, be aware they have limited hours of operation. And if you get there, check out the observation deck…
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