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Holiday Bus Tour of Lights!

Looking to get into the holiday spirit while exploring the neighborhoods surrounding Prospect Hill? Explore Buffalo has just the right thing for you. It’s the annual Holiday Bus Tour of Lights! The tour is Thursday, December 10 from 6pm to 9:30pm.

It all starts with a cozy, heated bus tour around the Neighborhood Festival of Lights – a tour that showcases some of the city’s most historic neighborhoods, housing stock and decorated homes (Symphony Circle to the Peace Bridge).

Tour participants will even get a chance to step into a couple of the historic homes along the way. The event ends with dinner (included in the ticket price) at a restaurant that is considered one of the oldest on the city’s West Side – the Armory Tavern! It is there that guests will enjoy a great meal and a fun surprise.

This is truly one of the best ways to experience the holidays in Buffalo. The tour offers a glimpse into a historic part of the city that is coming back to life. There’s nothing else like it, especially when you consider all of the festive merrymaking throughout the course of the evening.

Holiday Bus Tour of Lights! | 8th annual ‘Neighborhood Festival of Lights’

Thursday, December 10 from 6pm to 9:30pm

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This tour is presented by the Neighborhood Festival of Lights with support from Explore Buffalo.

COST: $50

TOUR DETAILS:
– This bus tour is approximately 3.5 hours in length
– The bus tour includes two interior home visits and an Italian dinner at the Armory Tavern (vegetarian friendly). Dinner is at 7:30 PM.
– Parking will be available in the First Presbyterian Church parking lot.

 

 

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