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The MSAAHC welcomes visitors to learn about the  African American cultural significance and impact on Buffalo’s history through our four anchor organizations. Visit the Michigan Street Baptist Church, Nash House, and WUFO radio station for a full day of history, culture, and fun!

Tours are available Saturdays with advance registration. We offer package tours of all our anchors, as well as individual tours of the specific sites. 

Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are limiting the number of visitors in each anchor to 5 individuals. Between each group of visitors, we require 30 minutes to disinfect and prepare for the next group. Please show up on time in order to ensure that you get the full experience. 

If you book the package tour for all anchors, you will be contacted by us directly to inform you where your tour will begin. 

Please email any questions to aclark@michiganstreetbuffalo.org

*Please note that the Colored Musicians Club Museum is currently closed due to renovations. We are apologize for any inconveniences this may occur. 

Individual Ticket Prices:

$40 - Package Tour of Michigan Street Baptist Church, The Nash House, WUFO Radio Collective. 

$15 - General Admission (Individual Anchor)

$10 - Student & Senior Admission (Individual Anchor)

 

Free - Children under 5

Group Tickets (5 or more people):

$35 - Package Tour of Michigan Street Baptist Church, The Nash House, & WUFO Radio Collective. 

$10 - General Admission (Individual Anchor)

OUR SPONSORS

Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor Commission

111 Genesee Street Suite 401

Buffalo, NY 14203

Email: info@michiganstreetbuffalo.org

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STATE OF NEW YORK

NEW YORK

POWER AUTHORITY

ERIE COUNTY

CITY OF BUFFALO

NEW YORK STATE GOVERNOR

ANDREW CUOMO

ERIE COUNTY EXECUTIVE

MARK POLANCARZ

CITY OF BUFFALO
MAYOR BYRON BROWN

NEW YORK STATE SENATOR

TIMOTHY KENNEDY

NYS ASSEMBLYWOMAN

CRYSTAL PEOPLES-STOKES

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

DARIUS PRIDGEN

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