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The History Museum is easily accessible from Route 190, via Route 198, and is located at the intersection of Elmwood Avenue and Nottingham Terrace. Parking is free. For GPS
The Museum’s front entrance is located at One Museum Court, Buffalo, NY 14216.
Latitude: 42 degrees 56'07.28" N Longitude: 78 degrees 52'34.23 W From Interstate 90
From Interstate 90, take Route 33 west to Route 198 (Scajaquada Expressway) west. Exit the 198 at Elmwood Avenue, turn right from the off-ramp onto Elmwood Avenue. Turn right onto the first street on your right , Nottingham Terrace, and turn into the parking lot at your right which is One Museum Court. The Museum is located on your left from the parking lot. From Interstate 190
From Interstate 190, exit at Route 198 (Scajaquada Expressway) east and continue to the exit at Elmwood Avenue. Bear right and continue to the intersection with Elmwood. Turn right onto Elmwood Avenue and turn right on to the first street, Nottingham Terrace. At the first right turn into the parking lot which is Museum Court; the museum is located on your left from the parking lot. To the Resource Center from the Pan-Am Building
The Buffalo History Museum's Resource Center
is located nearby at 459 Forest Avenue. It currently houses the feature exhibit Spirit of the City
showcasing the story of 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
To travel there from the Pan-Am Building, turn left from the museum parking lot onto Nottingham Terrace, then left onto Elmwood Avenue at the traffic light. Follow Elmwood southbound past the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Buffalo State College
to the traffic light at Forest Avenue.
Turn right onto Forest Avenue, pass Richmond Avenue and find the Resource Center on your left at number 459. Look for the monumental "Dreamland" sculpture which marks the Resource Center's entrance. On-street parking is available on Forest and Tremont.