This summer join Preservation Buffalo Niagara in celebrating Erie County’s bicentennial with a commemorative bike ride highlighting the accomplishments of noted architect E.B. Green.

Edward Brodhead Green (May 10, 1855 – February 2, 1950) made enormous architectural contributions to Buffalo, NY. His career spanned over 70 years and he produced over 200 buildings in Buffalo during that time including the Market Arcade, the Buffalo Savings Bank, and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

PBN will be offering two ways to experience the E.B. Green Tour de Force. The first option is as an in-person tour in August, or ride at your leisure on our self-guided tour.

This guided tour of E.B. Green’s indelible mark on the city of Buffalo begins at Market Arcade, is open to riders of all levels, includes 10-12 miles of moderately paced biking, and is expected to take at least 2.5 hours.

The self-guided tour is a direct-download pdf map and guide that tourgoers can save on their device or print and take along with them for the ride. The map and guide includes links to audio files where you’ll hear all the fascinating details about each stop. Tourgoers will receive access to the pdf after August 10th.

Self-guided tickets are $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers.

For more information, please contact Tia Brown at tbrown@pbnsaves.org, or call 716-852-3300.