September 7, 2022 to January 22, 2023

Artifacts: Burchfield Themed Photographs

The Buffalo History Museum is pleased to debut a new exhibit by Jackie Albarella, “Artifacts: Burchfield Themed Photographs." The exhibit includes a series of 16” by 20” photographs Albarella captured that feature collages of ephemera she assembled from renowned watercolorist Charles Burchfield’s life, including paper items, found objects, natural elements and other memorabilia. Albarella will also display some of the collage items. Ms. Albarella grew up next to Burchfield in West Seneca, then moved into the artist’s home when her family purchased it after his death. All are welcome!    

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October 2021—Permanent

Second Level

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.

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July 13- October 30, 2022

Lower Level

Hodinöhsö:ni’ Resurgence: Marie Watt, Calling Back, Calling Forward

Renowned Seneca artist Marie Watt and a co-creative team are testing the possibilities of Indigenous “resurgence,” the action of reestablishing Indigenous power and presence, at our museum.

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November 2017 - Permanent

Second Level

Icons: The Makers and Moments of Buffalo Sports

Icons shares the unique history of Buffalo’s professional sports teams.

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1930 - Permanent

Lower Level

The John R. Oishei Pioneer Gallery

Relive pioneer life at The John R. Oishei Pioneer Gallery.

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2013 - Permanent

Second Level

The Native American Gallery

The John R. Oishei Native American Gallery tells the region’s history through its first inhabitants.

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1990 - Permanent

Lower Level

The Train Gallery

Our expansive model Train Gallery captures 1900s replica model trains.

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April 2022 - Spring 2023

State Court

To Rescue The Color: Salvaged Renderings of the Rainbow City

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