The Siegel Landing Story

About the Siegel Landing in Delaware Park

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Siegel Landing at Hoyt Lake

A Place with Purpose

The significance of the Landing marks the historic bandstand and boat launch for Gala Water, now known as Hoyt Lake. Therefore, the restoration of the Siegel Landing is a positive step towards preserving your Olmsted Parks. By purchasing a paver, you play a key role in creating a more beautiful and sustainable Olmsted Park System for future generations.

Herb and Aaron Siegel at the Siegel Landing at Hoyt Lake

The Vision

The Landing restoration was conceived by Herb Siegel, a well-respected local attorney, philanthropist and founder of the Herb and Aaron Siegel Foundation. His life-long support of our Western New York community and the Olmsted Parks Conservancy has spanned decades. His enduring legacy is now shared through the permanence of the Siegel Landing.

Siegel Landing at Hoyt Lake

A Long-lasting Legacy

The legacy of your purchase will live on forever. The Herb and Aaron Siegel Foundation has pledged an endowment dedicated to maintain the Siegel Landing in perpetuity.

Visit the Siegel Landing

The Siegel Landing is located at Hoyt Lake closest to the Albright Knox Art Gallery and The Terrace at Delaware Park. Parking is available along Lincoln Parkway. If you are using a GPS, input the following address as your destination: 199 Lincoln Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14222.

A copy of the latest annual report filed with the NYS Charities Bureau may be obtained, upon request, at the office of the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Inc., 84 Parkside Ave., Buffalo, NY  14214 or from the NYS Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, 3rd Floor, New York, NY  10271. The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.  Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.