Amherst in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Game & Entertainment Centers. Discover best things to do in Amherst with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 50 reviews
Entertainment complex featuring high end attractions and exclusive parties. Our attractions include a 9,200 square foot Laser Tag Arena, a 27 hole Mini-Golf Course, arcade, outdoor patio, and 2 Cyber Sport Courts. Full bar, semi-private and private seating, catering and on-site food, incredible staff.
I planned a last minute birthday party for my son's 8th birthday and it was beyond my expectations. The great customer service started in the morning with a phone call from one of the staff. Due to a boil water advisory they were unable to provide soft drinks as I had requested. As opposed to just getting "whatever" I received a phone call to inquire what I would prefer to have at the party. They were going to the store and wanted to make sure that we had the drinks that the kids would enjoy. Later that day when we went for the party we were greeted with wonderful customer services. The boys had a fantastic time and the party hostess did everything she could to ensure that everyone had everything that they needed when they needed it. It was also a very good experience for the adults as we were able to take advantage of the full service bar while the kids were playing lasertron! The night finished by my son saying that it was the best birthday party that he had ever had!
4.5 based on 126 reviews
Special-interest museum that features the historical and elaborate Herschell carousels in the original factory building. New exhibit for 2015 is "100 Years of the Allan Herschell Company". Our band organs play every day. Enjoy 3 Wurlitzer organs and an Artizan grand organ. Special events for a family audience are presented each month.
We were here for a working tour and the place is so incredibly awesome!!! The music that constantly plays wherever you are on the site is so nostalgic and magical - feels like a Disney experience that recreates turn of the century charm and sense...MoreThank you so much for this review. It captures the magic we hope to bring to our visitors. Happy you had a good time.
5 based on 1 reviews
The Martin House Complex (Buffalo, NY, 1903-05) exemplifies Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie House ideal and ranks as one of his finest residential works. Designed for Larkin Soap Company executive, Darwin D. Martin, the complex is a one-of-a-kind composition consisting of the main Martin House, the smaller Barton House, a carriage house with chauffeur’s quarters and stables, a glass-roofed conservatory linked to the main house by a 100-foot pergola, and a gardener’s cottage integrated architectural masterwork. Tours explore the buildings, surrounding landscape, and an extensive collection of art glass and furnishings, all designed by Wright, which together form a totally integrated architectural masterwork. We welcome you to this National Historic Landmark.
Being from Buffalo and surrounded by Frank LLoyd Wright, I take great architecture for granted. I’ve seen many FLW projects all over the US but this Darwin Martin House has everything beat, no contest. I have not been to the complex since it first started. To see everything as it is now was amazing. I loved it!!!
4.5 based on 61 reviews
This park has a great bike/walking path that takes you along the water allowing you great views of the boats on the water, and homes on the other side. Well maintained. Near local restaurants spots. Pet friendly. Launching spots for boats and jet ski.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
The historic Riviera Theatre, Home of the Mighty WurliTzer theatre organ, was builit in 1926 and is lsted on the National and New York State registers of historic places. it was saved from demoltion in the late 1980's by a group of dedicated volunteers and now hosts over 175 events and 100,000 visitors annually. From demolition to a regional destination and an anchor of developement around the theatre, all thanks to community support, dedicated volunteers and a small hard working staff. The Riviera Theatre and Organ Preservation Society, Inc. owns and operates the historic Riviera Theatre and is a registered 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization with the mission to preserve and maintain the Historic Riviera Theatre and the Mighty WurliTzer Organ and to promote the performing arts. All Proceeds go to the restoration and preservation of the Historic Riviera Theatre. Donations are tax deductible.
Historic theater home to the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, which was originally built right in North Tonawanda. The inside of the theater is beautiful and there are a wide variety of shows from modern concerts, international artists/groups, organ concerts on the 1st Wed of each month, music ensembles and choirs, and movie series in the evenings and kids' movies on weekends. Volunteers are friendly and snacks are delicious- all proceeds go back to the Riviera Theater/
3.5 based on 69 reviews
It seems like there are fewer stores each time we visit. There is a Macy's and JC Penney and dome smaller stores. One good thing is that the Macy's store isn't as busy and hectic as at the one at the Galleria. Lots of parking was available today (Sunday).
5 based on 55 reviews
Private financed park focused on celebrating America's heroes, from World War II through the current conflicts, 9-11 event, and 1st responders. Great teaching site.
4 based on 14 reviews
Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village is the premier living history museum in the Buffalo Niagara Region and features a 25,000 square foot museum open year round and 35 acres of historic grounds with 11 historic structures which are open during the summer season and for special events. Our mission is safeguarding and interpreting the story of the Niagara Frontier for current and future generations.
Similar to the Pioneer Village in Southern Ontario. Many out buildings over a large area (I believe over 30 acres) with costumed actors telling the story of the area history, what life was like in the era and region - very well done and worth...MoreThank you for your wonderful review! We hope you will be back soon!
4.5 based on 411 reviews
As one of the first rural cemeteries in the United States, Forest Lawn – located in Buffalo, NY – is at the heart of Western New York’s cultural tourism renaissance. Its first interment took place in 1849; today there are more than 161,000 permanent residents in this 269-acre, non-denominational, non-sectarian, not-for-profit cemetery. Forest Lawn offers year-round guided tours on various themes and subjects, educational programming,special veteran programming and so much more. Forest Lawn is the only local full-service cemetery for traditional and cremation arrangements listed on the State and National Registries of Historic Places.
One of the neatest 'living' history locations in Buffalo! The tours are wonderful.... architectural, historical, social history...it has it all! Their Holiday play, It was a Wonderful Life, was great.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
I used to go to this church over 50 years ago with a family member. It's still as lovely as it was then. Newer churches don't have the tranquil beauty that SPPC does. I was so happy to see that the church has been so well maintained. I really enjoyed going in one more time and simply sitting and remembering all the hours I spent there as a child.
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