Explore Buffalo by resuming in-person walking and biking tours

The nonprofit has limited itself to guiding people on virtual tours around Buffalo during the Covid-19 pandemic

BUFFALO, NY – With so many summer events and festivals canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many people have been looking for ways to get out and explore parts of Buffalo they normally wouldn’t. opportunity to see.

Explore Buffalo walking and biking tours will resume on Thursday, July 9. There will be over forty tours to choose from throughout the city and suburban neighborhoods, led by volunteer guides. The 90 minutes will be limited to ten people at a time, and masks and reservations will be mandatory.

They will also take extra precautions for the heat this week.

“We start some tours at like 9 a.m. and add more in the evening, so 6-6:30 p.m.,” executive director Brad Hahn told 2 On Your Side. “There won’t be any large gatherings in the near future, so it’s a way to get out there, to connect with people, to connect with our volunteers. Our guides do that in a safe and meaningful way. ”

There are a few new visits to the program, notably in the village of Kenmore. The first week will be reserved for Explorer Pass members, then visits will be open to the general public next Thursday, 7/16 days.

For a complete list of Explore Buffalo tours and schedules, click here.

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