Thank you for considering our Adopt-a-House Program. We are grateful for your interest in our mission and our progress as we become a center for education and tourism.

As part of a five year pledge we are offering you and/or your company/organization free advertising, free memberships, discounted ticket opportunities, special events created just for you, and a number of other intrinsic and extrinsic benefits.

Your sponsorship will allow Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village to better meet its mission and strategic plan as a center for learning and tourism. Your support will directly impact classroom visits of over 6,000 students under the age of 12 years old and will help the museum become a better teaching tool for teachers and parents across the region.

Previous and current sponsors of the Adopt-a-House Program include the Zonta Club of Amherst, Uniland Corporation, the Amherst Women’s Interclub Council, the Williamsville Rotary Club, AVR Development, Inc. , Forbes Homes, Inc., the Amherst Rotary Club, M.J. Peterson Construction Corporation, and Greater Buffalo Savings Bank (now First Niagara Bank).

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If you have any questions or concerns about this program, feel free to contact our development team at (716) 689-1440 ext. 7712,  send an email to info@bnhv.org or contact us using the form below.

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065_0The Barbershop, ca. 1898

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CIMG0667The Bigelow House, ca. 1860

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045The Blacksmith Shop, ca. 1899 (1997 replica)

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The Dann Road House & Civil War Field, ca. 1840

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The Elliott House, ca. 1851

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The Hoover House, ca. 1880 (org. 1825)

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The Lavocat House, ca. 1840

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Smith log houseSmith Log House, ca. 1851

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Sweethome schoolhouseThe Sweet Home Schoolhouse, ca. 1847

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Transit Road ChurchThe Transit Road Church, ca. 1854

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The Williamsville School #9, ca. 1880

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