In a city as diverse as Buffalo, you can always find something
fun to do, whether it's taking a leisurely walk in one of our
glorious Olmsted-designed parks or taking in a
thought-provoking work of art at dozens of art galleries.
From quaint pubs and cozy corner coffeehouses to stylish dance clubs and eclectic live-music joints, you’re sure to find a scene in one of several distinct districts that suits your style and your budget.
Hiking, skiing, water sports and more: The area’s outdoor scene offers an array of opportunities to be active year-round. We’ve got top-rated golf courses, not to mention Lake Erie and the Niagara River.
Buffalo is home to two major professional sports teams—the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills and the National Hockey League’s Buffalo Sabres—and some of the world’s most spirited fans.
UB's Three Campuses
UB’s South Campus on Main Street is a Western New York
landmark that dates back to the 1920s. Located in a residential
neighborhood in North Buffalo, it is home to classic ivy-covered
buildings, dormitories, and cutting-edge research and teaching
UB’s North Campus, where most of the university’s
core undergraduate academic programs are offered, is located in
suburban Amherst. Opened in the early 1970s, it is the largest of
our three campuses.
UB is creating a state-of-the-art center for teaching,
research and clinical care in downtown Buffalo, sparking a
revitalization of New York State’s second-largest city. Most
Downtown Campus buildings are located on or near the Buffalo
Niagara Medical Campus.