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Small and plopped right in the middle of a hotel/restaurant section of the Buffalo Airport area, this park caught our attention due to the huge American flag flying over head. It's not big or unique enough to be a destination, but if staying on an...More
Perhaps Mr. Salvatore (a name I have known since a toddler) was thinking differently about this, but it just feels light the height of self aggrandizement. Certainly nice artwork in the form of sculptures and statues-no doubt about that. But to then have a monument...More
After dining on Transit Road we decided to take in the Patriots and Heroes Park. The park itself is very small and can be nicely covered in around 20 min. It's a nice tribute to the victims of the airplane crash in Clarence as well...More
What a beautiful and moving tribute to our military, police officers and fallen heroes. Beautiful music playing & one of the largest American flags in New York flying overhead. We had the honor of meeting Russell Salvatore (the man who purchased the property and built...More
This park honours all those that served, those that made the ultimate sacrifice and honours and remembers the victims of conflict. A beautiful homage to the military, navy, army and airforce & first responders. It honours the victims of 911 and the tragic plane crash...More
We were staying the Motel 6 sort of around the corner and were lucky enough to just run into this. It is a wonderful gift to the neighborhood and to the nearby businesses and tourists. It is a series of statues and monuments to different...More
Pick up a booklet at the Mr. Salvatore statue and work your way through this mini park while reading about Mr. Salvatore, hearing Mr. Salvatore, and ending at the Mausoleum of Mr. Salvatore. If you can separate yourself from all that, you will enjoy the...More