Free museum admission, children activities, Ted’s grilled hot dogs, tours and discussion by Melissa Brown
An Invite to All from the Buffalo History Museum
Posted May 9th, 2017 on Niagara At Large
Buffalo, New York. – On May 19, 2017, M&T Third Friday, The Buffalo History Museum invites all to commemorate the Pan-American Exposition – a World’s Fair that was held in Buffalo, May 1- Nov. 2, 1901. Event takes place at two locations.
|Hours: 10 am – 8 pm The Buffalo History Museum 1 Museum Court 12 – 2 pm Ted’s charcoal broiled hot dogs (free to the first 100 guests)
1-3 pm – Free Docent Led tours
3-4:30 pm – Free Kids Activities
6:00 pm – Pan Am Talk by Melissa Brown “…entertaining and legendary!”
|Hours: 10 am – 5 pm
The Resource Center
459 Forest Avenue
Behind-the-Scenes * Spirit of the City: Imagining the Pan-American Exposition Exhibit Tours: 10:30 am & 3 pm
*Spirit of the City, the History Museum’s 3000 square foot feature exhibit showcasing the Pan-American Exposition, and the Museum collection’s storage areas populate the Resource Center (459 Forest Ave).
The exhibit recreates a Pan-Am Exposition hall that features “the Little Building,” a rediscovered structure from the Pan-Am grounds, plus artifacts and hands-on displays that explore the exposition’s funny and serious sides.
For more information about the events or other program happenings, call The Buffalo History Museum at (716) 873-9644 ext 320. Find us on Facebook and Twitter @BuffaloHistory. Visit the website: www.buffalohistory.org.
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