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
Pan-American Exposition Buffalo, New York, 1901
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.
An artit’s rendtion of the Pan-Am Expo site from the air.
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