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Brick by Brick: Residential Allentown Revealed

COST:

General Admission: $15
Student Admission: $5
Explorer Pass Holders: FREE
TR Site Members: FREE

Upcoming Dates:

Monday, July 17 – 10 AM

Monday, July 31 – 10 AM

Monday, August 14 – 10 AM

Monday, August 28 – 10 AM

Saturday, September 9 – 11 AM

Tuesday, September 12 – 6 PM

Monday, September 18 – 10 AM

 

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This walking tour of North Pearl and Franklin Streets in the historic Allentown neighborhood focuses on residential architecture of the mid-nineteenth century. Two of Allentown’s most intriguing residential streets, North Pearl and Franklin Streets feature brick mid-Victorian homes designed in the Italianate and Queen Anne styles. Located between Main Street and Delaware Avenue, these streets attracted professionals who wanted to combine comfortable suburban living with proximity to the boom of Buffalo’s commerce. Join us for this neighborhood walking tour to see excellent examples of these architectural styles and learn about the history of the homes and individuals who built them.

This tour meets at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site at 641 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202. Parking is available in the TR Site’s parking lot accessible from Franklin Street or Delaware Avenue.

TOUR DETAILS:

  • Advance reservations are encouraged but not required for this tour.
    • All credit card payments must be made in advance.  Advance reservations with a credit card can be made online until the tour starting time. Cash or checks are accepted at the start of the tour.
    • If you make an advance reservation, please print your confirmation email, or be prepared to show it on your phone.
  • This tour is between ninety minutes and two hours in length.
  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather – the tour will proceed rain or shine.
  • Cameras are encouraged!

This tour is part of the Allentown Tours presented in collaboration by the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site and Explore Buffalo with support from the Allentown Association