Self-Guided Mobile Audio Tours

Colonial Circle

From history to fun facts, these audio tours are the perfect resource to learn more about your Olmsted Parks! To begin listening, follow these steps:

Step 1: From your smart phone/tablet, type in Tourwand.com/Olmsted
Step 2: Select the audio tour that you wish to listen to
Step 3: Enjoy learning about several points of interests in your Buffalo Olmsted Parks

If you prefer to listen on your computer, type in Player.tourwand.com in Step 1

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Delaware_Park_100

The Lake/South Side of Delaware Park

Special thanks to presenting sponsor, M&T Bank.
#100 Bridge of the Three Americas
#101 Gala Water (now Hoyt Lake)
#102 The Statue of David
#103 The McMillan Monument
#104 The Marcy Casino
#105 The Rose Garden
#106 Beach Banks Picnic Grounds & Spire Head House
#107 The Ivy Bridge

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Buffalo Delaware Park_vintage

The Meadow/North Side of Delaware Park:

Special thanks to presenting sponsor, M&T Bank.
#110 The Quarry Garden
#111 The Mighty Oak in the Meadow
#112 Flint Hill Memorial
#113 Delaware Park Lily Pond
#114 The Zoo Paddock

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Japanese Garden in Delaware Park

Special thanks to presenting sponsor, Wegmans.
#200 The Japanese Garden in Delaware Park
#201 The Strolling Garden in Delaware Park
#202 Path of the Imagination
#203 The Three Islands
#204 Olmsted and the Japanese Empire
#205 The Buffalo History Museum

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MLK Greenhouse and Shelter

MLK Jr. Park

#400 The Greenhouse and Park Shelter
#401 The Martin Luther King Jr. Monument
#402 The Children’s Crusade
#403 The Parade House

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Front_Park_vintage

Olmsted’s West Side

Special thanks to presenting sponsor, Rich Products.
#300 Fort Porter
#301 Perry Monument (War of 1812)
#302 Front Park Terrace
#304 Prospect Hill Parks (Prospect & Columbus)
#305 The Circle (now Symphony Circle)
#306 Days Park
#308 Colonial Circle / Richmond Avenue
#309 The Richardson Olmsted Complex
#310 Scajaquada Creek / Jesse Kregal Pathway

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Powered by Tourwand | Researched and written by Jim Mendola, volunteer historian/archivist, and Daniel Leopold | Sound production by Lemur Studios | Audio narrations by Linda Pellegrino