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  • Buffalo Museum of ScienceBuffalo Museum of Science Buffalo, New York
    The Buffalo Museum of Science in Buffalo, New York, can be found in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, just northeast of downtown and opened in 1929, with displays in astronomy, science of technology, science and animals. In their marvelous exhibits, you can find the Connections, which an exciting and marvelous gallery with 90 minute sessions for visitors to enjoy the wonders of hands-on learning; and include, rocks, minerals, cyclic patterns in the universe, energy, the water cycle, the worlds of light and color, and nature's biodiversity. Another is Explorations which is a fantastic experience for children ages 2 to 7 changing monthly and always interactive, or the Dinosaurs & Co. containing a number of fossils that have been organized in four area; conquest of the land, the age of mammals, the early seas and the age of dinosaurs.

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  • Buffalo ZooBuffalo Zoo Buffalo, New York
    The Buffalo Zoo is the third oldest in the nation and welcomes almost half a million visitors each year; being the second biggest attraction in western New York, behind the Niagara Falls. It sits on 23.5 acres of land in the city's Delaware Park, with a marvelous diversity of animals, both wild and exotic totaling over 1200 in number, with over 320 varieties of plants. It has grown into a major source of education, recreation and conservation for the people of western New York. In the mid 19th century, Jacob E. Bergtold, a furrier in the city of Buffalo, gave the city a pair of deer, and Elam R. Jewett, publisher of the Buffalo Daily Journal said he would keep the deer on his estate; while the city considered plans to create a municipal park in the north area of the city.

January 11, 2011