Delaware Park

Off Route 198, between Delaware and Parkside Avenues
Buffalo, NY

Submitted by: Linda Culliton

An historic Olmsted Park created in 1868, with rose gardens, an art museum and a lake all within the park itself.

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Why It Works

Delaware Park is a blend of history, it provides easy access to local landmarks including art museum, rose gardens, historic center on the lake, playgrounds, trails, etc.

What Makes Delaware Park a Great Place?

The park is wonderfully connected by a system of sidewalks and trails throughout.

An inviting emphasis on nature and historical preservation of the history of the city.

Provides opportunities for all – easy access with "wheels" for strollers, bikers, etc., and is inviting to families young and old.

Delaware Park provides the break from the "bustle” of Buffalo, and gives you the feeling that you have gone back in time to the early 1900's. It calms the spirit.

Contact Info:

Linda Culliton, 585-223-7398
Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, 716-838-1249

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