Take a stroll through Buffalo, New York — a region known as ‘the Most Evil Square Mile in America’ — on this guided, 90-minute walking tour. Visit several taverns along the city’s once-dangerous waterfront. Relive Buffalo's lawless days where violence and vice ruled the region. Along the way, visit the Swannie House, one of the oldest, most historic buildings in town, and more. It’s a fascinating adventure into Buffalo’s petulant past.
Take a journey back to the lawless days in Buffalo, New York
Visit some of Buffalo’s most historic taverns
Tour the city’s haunted waterfront
Learn about Buffalo’s sordid past from a costumed guide
This pub crawl travels along Buffalo’s deadly waterfront, the Canalside District, a region known as ‘the Most Evil Square Mile in America.’ More than 100 years ago, Buffalo was one of the largest seaports in the world, but death, disease, and destruction were everywhere in this infamous red-light district during the mid 1800s.
Hear the true stories of terror and tribulation while walking the streets of this redevelopment district — tales of paranormal activity, exploding corpses, and much more.
Follow costumed Buffalo police officer Connor O'Connor as he discusses the city’s deadly past. Learn about the drunken sailors, prostitutes, criminals, and thieves, and find out the real meaning behind the song ‘Buffalo Gals.’
Along the way, stop in Canalside to indulge in 2-for-1 craft beer specials. Then visit the Lockhouse Distillery and Bar, the first distillery to operate in Buffalo since Prohibition, for free samples of gin and vodka. Finally, check out the Swannie House, one of the oldest, most historic buildings in town.