Explore Buffalo tour to examine the role of Buffalo’s leading ladies

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Leading Ladies: Women’s History by Bus, a special tour offered by Explore Buffalo and made possible through the generosity of the Junior League of Buffalo, will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13. The tour will meet at Buffalo Seminary, 205 Bidwell Parkway, Buffalo.

Women have played a critical role in shaping the Buffalo community since the city’s earliest days. On this guided bus tour, which includes lunch at the Pan-American Grill in the Hotel Lafayette, guests will learn about many of Buffalo’s leading ladies! Along the tour, participants will also see the homes, workplaces and social gathering places of women who were community leaders and philanthropists, along with many well-known authors, actresses and artists. You’ll be amazed by the tremendous impact Buffalo’s women have had on both the community and the nation!

Ample on-street parking is available on both sides of Bidwell Parkway. This tour is approximately four hours in length, returning to Buffalo Seminary at 2 p.m.

For lunch at the Pan-American Grill, guests may choose from the following options: Turkey BLT Sandwich, Lafayette French Dip Sandwich, BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders or a Sugar Beet Salad.

General admission is $55, or $50 for Explorer Pass holders. Reservations are required. Please make your lunch selection when registering.

Reservation can be made online at explorebuffalo.org, or call (716) 245-3032.