Preservation Buffalo Niagara’s new tour program, Preservation Passport, allows tourgoers to discover all the region’s National Register Historic Districts in their varied and distinctive importance from Niagara Falls to Jamestown.

The remainder of our 2021 season includes:

Park Place Historic District, Niagara Falls – Release Date: September 2021

The Park Place Historic District, developed between 1885 and 1928, is a rare intact residential neighborhood in the City of Niagara Falls. It includes examples of Arts & Crafts, Colonial Revival, Italianate, and Queen Anne houses, as well as the former home of industrialist and inventor James G. Marshall.

*Deadline for ad submission is September 27.

Broadway Historic District, Lancaster – Release Date: October 2021

After its start as a residential corridor, Broadway/U.S. Route 20 saw an increase in commercial development after the rise of the automobile. The historic district features a variety of building typologies and styles, from the 1832 Lancaster Presbyterian Church to E.B. Green’s c. 1935 Brost building, a car dealership.

*Deadline for ad submission is October 25.

Jamestown Downtown Historic District – Release Date: December 2021

This Historic District represents the evolution of Jamestown from a small village into a city with a bustling downtown. Due to the technological, economic, and social changes caused by 19th-century industrialization, the downtown grew into a commercial center whose architectural styles include Renaissance Revival, Classical Revival, and Art Deco.

*Deadline for ad submission is January 18.

Preservation Passport is currently seeking sponsors in an effort to provide tourgoers with the best possible experience.

There are several affordable sponsorship packages available that allow sponsors to be featured in one of our 2021 travelogues.

  • Level 1: Half Page, 5″ x 4″, ad in one travelogue. $50 
  • Level 2: Full page, 5″ x 8″, ad in one travelogue. $100

In addition to your advertisement, all packages include:

  • A mention on PBN’s website
  • A mention in PBN’s weekly newsletter (reaches over 7,000 readers)
  • One mention on our social media accounts (reaches a combined total of 7,000 followers)
  • A spotlight post featuring your business on our social media accounts (reaches a combined total of 7,000 followers)

To sponsor Preservation Passport fill out the form below or download the sponsor form here.

Learn more about Preservation Passport here.

Do you have questions? Contact Tia Brown at tbrown@pbnsaves.org.