Museum Temporarily Closed 


At this time, because of coronavirus, the museum will be closed until further notice. Please continue to check this website for updates.

Call to arrange a party or event 716.853.0084

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Plan Your Visit Today

The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum is located in the heart of downtown Buffalo, New York and offers a unique look at the area’s automotive history. We invite you to take advantage of our onsite parking and learn about the vintage vehicles on display, in addition to our extensive collection of "automobilia."

The museum is fully accessible and easy to navigate. Contact us for more information on tours and event bookings.

We invite you to spend an hour with us, or spend an afternoon!


Museum Temporarily Closed


Tickets can be purchased upon arrival to the museum

  • Adults $10
  • Children (13 & Under) $5


The Buffalo Transportation
Pierce-Arrow Museum

263 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14203


- On-Site Parking -

Book a Tour

Call 716.853.0084 to book or to join a scheduled tour!

Discover the stories behind the vehicles, memorabilia and The Buffalo Filling Station by Frank Lloyd Wright as a docent guides you through the collection.

Minimum 30 guests, $25/person. Reservations required.

Make a day of your visit

  • City Hall

    Look out through the observation deck of City Hall, a majestic 32-story Art Deco tower in the center of downtown.

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  • Niagara Falls

    Witness the natural wonder and soak up the memories of Niagara Falls.

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    Discover more of Frank Lloyd Wright's presence in Buffalo with his vision of domestic symphony, the Martin House.

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Museum Expansion Coming Soon!

The vehicles and memorabilia that can be viewed in our current space represent only a segment of our full collection. We will be expanding into a space that will more than quadruple our footprint!

If you'd like to support our efforts to share a wider view of our region’s transportation history with the world, please consider a tax-deductible donation.