Thrifty Car Rental –Buffalo (BUF)
4301 Genesee Street
Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Buffalo looks better in a Thrifty Rental Car
There’s a whole lot of state to explore outside New York City. When planning your next vacation, consider upstate New York for a great trip anytime of year. Buffalo, New York is more than just NFL and hot wings, although those are great too! A Buffalo car rental will help you navigate the other attractions throughout the city. From outdoor experiences outside city limits to cultural attractions that rival NYC, the second-largest city in New York is worth the trip.
Just a short drive north in your rental car is Niagara Falls National Park, site of one of America’s natural wonders, Niagara Falls. The oldest state park in the U.S. is an excellent day trip for travelers of all ages. While you’re visiting be sure view the falls from every angle by hopping on the Maid of the Mist boat ride or take the elevator down 180 feet into the Cave of the Winds, both attractions allow for up close and personal views from the base of the falls.
Art and entertainment
Back in the city, music lovers will enjoy nightly entertainment at the Colored Musicians Club, the last African American club of its kind in the United States. Couples can take their Buffalo car rentals to the heart of the city and catch a Broadway musical at Shea's Performing Arts Center. During the summer months, we recommend spending some time outdoors at the Buffalo Chamber Music Society featured at the Kleinhans Music Hall. Contemporary art enthusiasts will enjoy touring the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, which features renowned pieces by Gorky, Pollock, de Kooning and Sol LeWitt. Craft lovers can meander through a Victorian mansion turned gallery at the Kenan Center. Need something to do on a Friday night during your visit? drive your Buffalo rental cars to the artsy Allentown neighborhood and walk along Allen Street to view art shows and galleries.
Make sure to fill up your Buffalo rental car because there are so many historical sites to visit in this city! Visitors are immersed back in time when they visit the Old Fort Niagara, location of one of Buffalo's battlegrounds in the War of 1812. Tourists can experience 19th century life firsthand when they visit the Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village and Museum. Visitors can take their Buffalo car rental to the Erie Canal and board a cruise tour at the Lockport Locks and Erie Canal. On your way, make a stop at the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society to explore the cities role in the industrial development of America.