Scenes of Buffalo: The Peace Bridge

When driving along the Niagara Riverfront, it’s hard to miss the Peace Bridge. Opened in 1927, this was one of the only vehicular bridges on the Great Lakes. In 2009, LED lights were installed to create the luminary spectacle that we see today.

 

 

 

 

If you’re going to view the bridge at night, take the Ferry St. Bridge (currently closed for renovations) to Broderick Park,  and walk along Bird Island Pier. From there, you’ll have a great view of everything the Peace Bridge has to offer.

Don’t forget to check the following PDF for the light show schedule!

 

Any other Scenes of Buffalo we should explore? Let us know and we’ll check it out to take some pictures to share.

 

Written by Ryan Gierke

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