75 Inn Keepers Lane
Amherst, NY 14228
Phone: (716) 691-6510
Fax: (716) 691-3454
75 Inn Keepers Lane, Amherst, NY, US, 14228
- Phone: (716) 691-6510
- Fax: (716) 691-3454
Competing teams enter the 9,200-square-foot, multi-level sports arena that's complete with crazy lighting, fog machines and secret passages. Each player carries a phaser to zap the enemy and wears a vest with sensors, identification lights and LED readout. This facility is a popular spot for birthday parties, other celebrations and corporate events. Participants can also enjoy Tron Racing, an outdoor attraction, featuring state-of-the art electric race cars and Cyber Sport, an interactive team game for up to 10 players, where players ride in custom-made cyber cars. The facility also has arcade games, a snack bar and party room. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This cineplex has eight screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Located in the small town of Amherst, Maple Ridge 8 is one of several cinemas belonging to the AMC group. This theater not only features the latest flicks for your viewing pleasure, but also takes care of your gastronomic needs. Check the website for timings, upcoming movies and other details.
Lippes Concert Hall is located at Slee Hall and all visiting artist concerts and performances, organ recitals, student concerts, faculty performances etc. take place here. The Slee Hall is named after late Frederick and Alice Slee. They were great fans of chamber music, especially Beethoven string quartets. They established an endowment at University of Buffalo for an annual performance and since 1955, 46 string quartet ensembles have performed here. All student performances are free to the public and take place throughout the year.
Presenting an educational union of drama and culture, the Jewish Repertory Theatre is a professional stage that endeavors to share Jewish culture and to celebrate Jewish playwrights with the Western New York community. While the plays focus on issues important to the Jewish community, they also relate the drama of the universal human experience, speaking to a diverse audience and bringing both Jews and non-Jews together to enjoy the performing arts. Additionally, check out the Jewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo, also located in Getzville, which has day care for children, water sports for the family, and fitness and recreational facilities.
Baird Hall is the home of the Music Department at the University At Buffalo. They have a whole lot of offices along with practice rooms, ensemble rehearsal rooms, classrooms, faculty, student lounges, and a music library. The Baird Recital Hall is one of the venues for Music concerts. It also features a percussion studio, two organ practice rooms and a instrument storage facility. It is connected to the university via walkways and tunnels.
The Center For Arts at Buffalo is a dynamic venue that hosts a wide variety of world-class shows in dance, opera, theater, concerts, and comedy. Stop by to catch a great performance. Advance booking is advised.
The 6,110 seated Alumni Arena at the University of Buffalo features a wide variety of sporting events, all within the comfort of an indoor stadium. Visitors be warned: expect high levels of uproarious student spirit, especially during pre-game rallies.
If you are looking for a place to plan out a social function, a wedding, a birthday or a corporate dinner, look no further than the Banchetti Banquet Facility and Grove, run by the Banchetti Banquet and Catering company; this place is truly spectacular. Well-decorated, spacious and equipped with modern furniture, the place will suit you just right. The menu served here is fabulous, with fine traditional Italian cuisines being served. One can choose from a variety of packages that the Banchetti Banquet Facility and Grove has to offer, and the well informed staff will guide you on that front. The place also hosts cultural and community events. Besides this, there is also an on-site cafe, serving delicious cuisines and hot coffees. Call ahead or check website for more information.
Adventure Landing is a fun amusement park catering to families and children. There is a miniature golf course with 18 holes and an arcade with over 60 games. There is also a Teddy Bear Factory where you can design your own stuffed animal. Adventure Landing also hosts birthday parties, with options such as Teddy Bear Party.
This group was originally founded in 1923 as the Players of Niagara. They were formerly known as the Niagara Ffalls Little Theater, but changed their name in 2004 to Niagara Regional Theatre Guild to reflect the fact that they serve the whole region. It is one of the oldest continually running local theater groups in western New York. They are the official resident theater company in the cardinal O'Hara Performing Arts Center. Past performances include production like My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Roof, The Sound of Music, The Music Man and Guys and Dolls. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This beautiful Richardsonian-Romanesque style building was a former armory built for the 25th Seperate Compnay of the National Guard. Its rugged and rustic look gives it an august appearance and the hardwood flooring and fireplaces define it's luxury. In 2004, the armoury was sold to Mostafa Tanbakuchi, in a private auction held by the State of New York. The building was then restored and renovated but its regal aura was kept intact. Today, Tonawanda Castle is used as a venue for private as well as local events. This entertainment venue has the charm to make an important event, a memorable one!