Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park, Buffalo
About Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park, Buffalo
Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park, Buffalo - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1 Naval Park Cove, Buffalo, NY 14202, United States
Ticket Price: 10 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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The Naval park is a great reminder of the struggles of war and the heroic efforts of the US military. The park has 3 war ships docked in close proximity. There is a World War II era vessel USS Sullivans that has been restored beautifully. It is possible to see the change in living conditions between the World War era and the 1970s, when the USS Little Rock was still in operation. There is also a submarine stationed here where you can get a firsthand look at how the naval officers stayed for days together under water. There are a number of mini exhibitions within the ships where details of various groundbreaking wars unfold in front of your eyes with the help of documents and audio-visual presentations.
Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park Ticket Prices
- Adult (17+): $10.00
- Child (6-16): $6.00
- Senior (60+): $6.00
How To reach Buffalo And Erie County Naval And Military Park by Public Transport
- Nearest metro train station: Seneca Station, Buffalo Exchange street station
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This was a great place to visit while in Buffalo. I found that there are quite a few things to do in the city but this was one of the best and if you have the time, it will kill a good 2 to 3 hours if you want to. It can also go as fast as 1 hour if you intend to rush but I would suggest taking the time to read the wall information plates as they provide very interesting facts about the ships, their history and the crew. Outside of this park is a great riverside walkway full of stores and weekend activities (check the city calendar first) for all of the family. In terms of price, it was reasonable but also keep in mind that the ships and sub must be maintained as well! Great experience.
Randomly stumbled upon this place while visiting for a hockey game. Super cool place to visit. There are a couple ships and submarines that you can board and walk through. There is also a museum with a lot of neat artifacts. Tons of history on these ships and in the museum. Highly recommend! **Very narrow hallways so it definitely isn't wheelchair accessible. They also have an option to stay overnight on one of the ships. We considered doing it but we couldn't coordinate our schedules. It sounded like a cool thing to do though - they provide food and everything.
A step back in time. Every turn has so much history. Lots of climbing up and down ships ladders. Museum, 2 ships, submarine to explore and outdoor park to walk. Easy to spend all day here.
Have been here a few times and every time I see something I have not seen on the last visit. Very veteran friendly here, be certain to explore the ships and the submarine, had a great time.
The Buffalo Naval Park is a great place to visit. There are a variety of ships to see and a lot of history to be learned there. It's located in downtown Buffalo, near the arena and a bunch of restaurants/bars and other destinations
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