For an automobile history experience like no other save plenty of time to visit the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum in downtown Buffalo, this museum featuring automobiles, bikes, and motorcycles made in Western New York, with a focus on Pierce-Arrow and Thomas Flyer brands.
Inside this museum, you will find vehicles from 1903 to the 1960s, each one shedding light on the history of transportation in Western New York. Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Company was central to Buffalo and is now considered a 'lasting symbol of American turn-of-the-century innovation and ingenuity'. The unique collection inside honors and preserves the company's long and prestigious history, the cars produced by the company considered the 'finest ever crafted', as well as 'the car of presidents'. Men such as FDR, William Taft, Rockefeller, Babe Ruth, and many more owned these cars!
Your group will be able to view vehicles, bikes, motorcycles, toys, signs, unique automobilia, and the Women's Transporation Hall of Fame during their visit, as well as the featured exhibit, which is the 1927 Buffalo Filling Station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.