Depew is a village in Erie County, New York, United States. The population was 15,303 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Buffalo–Niagara Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area. The village is named for Chauncey Mitchell Depew (1892), the president of the New York Central Railroad and later a US senator (1899-1911) who was one of the original investors who bought the land for the village which was incorporated in 1894.
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4.5 based on 23 reviews
A unique 292-acre complex of forests, ponds, and wetlands brimming with wildlife including deer, fox, coyote, and waterfowl. Spring and fall migrations offer excellent birding opportunities. Explore nature on several miles of trails, with special features like the "State Symbols Trail," the largest forest-grown beech tree in New York State, and a nature playground. Year-round recreation opportunities include snowshoe and cross-country ski adventures, walks on seasonal topics, and a fall nature festival. The Reinstein Woods Environmental Education Center houses exhibits and a children's area. The center is a LEED Silver certified building, and visitors can take a self-guided tour to learn about the center's "green" features. We invite you to share in nature's harmony at Reinstein Woods!
Such an amazing deed for Dr Reinstein to have donated his property of 300 acres to be a visiting site and education center.. Such beauty of nature full of amazing trees creating an accessible forest for residents to connect with nature. It's big enough for...MoreThank you for your review- we hope you visit again!
4 based on 489 reviews
Walden Galleria is the Buffalo-Niagara region’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. With over 200 specialty shops, 10 sit-down restaurants, an international food court, an indoor karting racetrack and a Regal Cinemas Stadium 16, Walden Galleria truly dominates the retail market. Walden Galleria attracts over 23 million visitors a year by offering an impressive and unique selection of merchants that cannot be found anywhere else in the market including Anthropologie, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, lululemon athletica, a Microsoft Retail Store, RPM Raceway, Urban Outfitters and many more!
Went there on a major shopping trip. This place has it all. Spent hours there and still didn't see it all. My kids were crazy for the stores as a number of them are unavailable in Canada. Ate across the mall at Olive Garden (was awesome) but I would try the Cheesecake Factory next time. Looked great and is very highly rated. One thing caught me a little off guard. There is a significant Security presence everywhere. Mall staff and a number of police officers. I'm sure you get used to it but just caught me a little unawares. Not a problem. I'd go back in a minute. If you're a sports fan, the Dicks sports was awesome. Lots of parking too and this was a clear and busy Saturday.
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!!!
5 based on 152 reviews
Haven’t been here in our 30 years! I remember the wonderful Christmas Midnight masses. The building itself is architecturally amazing inside and outside. Truly a national treasure. We arrived after the museum and gift shop downstairs closed at 4pm. Be respectful when you enter.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This nature center is great for families with young/small children as the trails are not long at all but there are many markers/points of interests to stop and look at. There are also picnic tables and benches throughout the trails so families can stop for a break or have a picnic. There is also a large playground for the kiddos to let their energy out.
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.
5 based on 97 reviews
Buffalo's #1 live action escape games. Hollywood movie set design and special effects. Choose from "Escape The Serial Killer", "Locked In A Room With A Zombie", and "Escape The Pharaoh's Tomb" more games opening soon! Rated one of the best escape rooms in the country!
I would totally recommend coming to these escape rooms! My friends and I have been two the two out of the 3 such as : The serial killer and the locked in the room with a zombie and both were a 10 out of 10! If you are trying to seek a adrenaline rush go to on of these escape rooms and also if you like horror!
4 based on 10 reviews
Burgers are generally massive & outstanding! Fresh cut fries are awesome and plentiful. Have a fantastic daily lunch special of a "personal" 1 item pizza (Like 10 inches or so) and 6 wings for $8.75. I always end up taking half the pizza home. Tuesdays have a dozen wings for $5.00. Their wings are generally quite good. Nearly always crispy when asked. The only downside is even if you're the only one in the place ordering, it may come in 20 minutes, or it may come after 45 minutes. I don't know why. A couple times I almost left, because I was beyond my hour lunch for work and still hadn't been served...twice I had to ask for it to go. But almsot always very good to great.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
This is located within the town of Clarence. Those who take care of the paths and the area in general have done a wonderful job. I visited this area just to take a walk and I was very pleased with the silence and the woods and all the many paths to walk. An escape from the everyday and a five minute ride from home. I'd suggest bug spray during the season. And also rain gear if it should rain. You can spend an hour here without realizing it! And I go there often.
5 based on 29 reviews
enjoy the wonderful trails, especially if you need some excercise. the grandkids enjoy it also. a great place to have a picnic and the kids enjoy the playground.
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