Pierce Arrow Museum Tour

Date: Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 Location: Pierce Arrow Museum
Times: 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Address: 263 Michigan Ave @ Seneca St.
Buffalo, NY 14203

Event Details

The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum celebrates Buffalo’s proud transportation history with rotating displays and special exhibits of vehicles and historic memorabilia. On display are historical items illustrating Buffalo’s role in the evolution of transportation.  At one time, Western NY boasted more than 75 companies who attempted to find success in the manufacturing of automobiles. 


The Buffalo- made Pierce-Arrow, White House car from William Howard Taft to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and the Thomas Flyer, winner of the 1908 Great Race from New York to Paris, are featured. You will also find photos, paintings, art objects, vintage clothing, and an array of automotive artifacts.  Everything gathered, over more than 45 years of collecting.


You can now see the recently completed 40,000 square foot atrium addition, future home of the Frank Lloyd Wright filling station. The filling station will soon rise from the foundation which is already in place.


It will be a very interesting, educational, and enjoyable experience for all those attending.  So bring your spouse, employees, & friends.  You don’t want to miss this event!    


Please RSVP by Monday Sept. 10th. to Linda Seipel 716-870-7084 or lindas@bnmalliance.com.

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