Continuum: A History of Erie County

Created in coordination with Erie County’s bicentennial celebration, Continuum offers a glimpse into our region’s history—a history dating back thousands of years. Inside, guests will discover the people, events, and innovations that helped build our county and view one-of-a-kind artifacts that illuminate its past. Among the many objects on display are Evelyn Rumsey Cary’s Spirit of Niagara painting,  a rare Lewis lighthouse lens from early Buffalo, and the Iver-Johnson revolver used to shoot President McKinley in 1901. Continuum also features nine cutting edge augmented reality experiences available though your own personal phones or tablets. To download the app, search Continuum AR in the App Store or Google Play.

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