AUGUST 17, 2023

    An aerial view of the city of Buffalo, New York against a blue sea on a sunny day


To Help You Plan Your ACAW 2023 Trip!

Recommended Accommodations:

If you plan on attending the ACAW2023 Symposium, we encourage you to visit Buffalo, NY, a warm and welcoming city despite its snowy reputation. There are a diverse range of hotels within walking distance of the event that cater to every traveler’s needs. From modern accommodations to cozy boutique establishments, we invite you to experience the charm of our city. See below for some recommended hotels within easy access to Thursday’s event.

ACAW2023 Symposium will be held at:

  • Buffalo Marriott at LECOM HARBOR CENTER – for more information
    95 MAIN STREET (7th Floor), BUFFALO, NEW YORK, USA, 14203

Other hotels within walking distance:

Local Attractions to Visit!

What kind of place is Buffalo, NY in the summer? It’s a fun, historical, delicious, diverse, and creative city. It boasts remarkable art, music, and architecture, while also being easy, welcoming, and an affordable place to visit. Buffalo, NY is the city the New York Times called “a textbook for a course in modern American buildings.”

Expect unexpectedly great experiences in Buffalo. Here are some links to help you plan your experience!

Highlighted Attractions-

  • Buffalo Waterfront – Includes information on Canalside, Outer Harbor, Wilkeson Point, Buffalo Riverworks, Riverfest Park, and more! For more information
  • Buffalo Maps and Brochures – Includes numerous downloadable resources on subjects such as Beer in Buffalo, Buffalo Wing Trail, Buffalo on Foot, and more! View maps & brochures here
  • Explore Buffalo, NY A Master Class in Architecture – features masterpieces by famous architects Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler, George J. Dietel and John J. Wade, Eliel & Eero Saarinen, and Henry Hobson Richardson. For more information

World Class Museums-

FOR MORE INFORMATION: acaw@bostonvalley.com

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