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Oldest Tree In Buffalo
402 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202, United States
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Gi
Review №1

This was my first time ever viewing the oldest tree in buffalo, the other trees around it were so full of golden yellow fall leaves. Nice walk on a sunny sunday morning.

St
Review №2

This old tree did not disappoint. Namaste, tree.

Bl
Review №3

While I dont know how you review a tree, at least I admit it may be pretentious to try.That said, this serenely towering old Sycamore is far better at simply being a tree than a few of its reviewers are at developing their potential to be fully human. They are not at fault. Some of us seem to be born sicker than others. People can only be as conscious as they have managed to become. One has either opened ones eyes to see the divine dignity of all living beings or one has not.

Pa
Review №4

Very big something to see

Al
Review №5

It truly is a large tree! I wouldn’t go out of my way to see this, but if it’s in the area you’re in, it’s cool to see.

Cr
Review №6

Very gorgeous old tree right in the middle of town.

Ev
Review №7

Tree so tallTall tall treeTree so tall it have no bee-poem I made about tree

Ri
Review №8

Totally bumped into this by accident. Awesome tree. Go by. Take a selfie. Its a good tree.

Be
Review №9

Really nice houses on this street too!

Ju
Review №10

I mean its a tree. If you appreciate nature then you will appreciate how big and majestic this tree looks on the historic city street. But its just a tree, it doesnt do anything besides tree things. Maybe people who gave it less stars expected more from a tree.

Bl
Review №11

Its a big tree. Kind of impressive

An
Review №12

This tree literally changed my life. I will definitely come back to see this tree again at some point in my life. Full five stars.

Gr
Review №13

If youre in to history then you must see a 300 year old sycamore tree.

Ch
Review №14

It’s a big tree with a plaque on it. 5 stars? I think not. What’s worse is it’s “believed” to be the oldest tree in Buffalo. If your visiting Buffalo, you may want to skip this one.

Ro
Review №15

Its truly amazing how long this tree has survived.

Jo
Review №16

Its a girthy tree! My Mother in law told me to touch it and things got weird fast...worth a drive by

jo
Review №17

Its a tree. Really. Seen one, youve seen them all.

Ro
Review №18

Beautiful big old tree

Wi
Review №19

When I was at this place I was just passing by and I saw it the tree, at first I thought it was an normal tree, but then I looked at it and and just looked at it. Thats when I realized this was the oldest tree ever and it looked very nice

Al
Review №20

I love that old tree. My boyfriend told me about the tree and we decided to pass by it. A very old tree for sure. It has so much character. I was laughing so hard because it was late at night, its dark, we had a few drinks and here we are looking at a big old tree in Buffalo, New York. The last thing youd think anyone will do late at night on St. Pattys day lol.

El
Review №21

We passed by on st pattys day and instantly felt a rush of euphoria, its amazing.

Bu
Review №22

The tree has a real wide base

Sk
Review №23

Just down the street from American Legion Troop I Post 665

Da
Review №24

Its a tree, but its an old tree!

Fr
Review №25

We would have missed out if we didnt visit this tree when we were in Buffalo. Would do again.

Ho
Review №26

The soul of a 1710 sycamore.

La
Review №27

When my father in-law was still alive he told me that his dad who came from Ireland had spoken about this particular tree. Lots of history in this tree.

er
Review №28

Thats a big sycamore! Honestly though for a 300 year old tree I thought it would be taller.

Mi
Review №29

300+ year old sycamore. Give it a hug.

Im
Review №30

Tree

Wa
Review №31

More than 255 years old tree

Ty
Review №32

How do u review a tree?

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32 Comments
4.6 Rating
  • Address:402 Franklin St, Buffalo, NY 14202, United States
  • Site:http://buffaloah.com/a/franklin/404/tree/
Categories
  • Museum
  • Tourist attraction
Working hours
  • Monday:Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday:Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday:Open 24 hours
  • Thursday:Open 24 hours
  • Friday:Open 24 hours
  • Saturday:Open 24 hours
  • Sunday:Open 24 hours
Amenities
  • Good for kids:Yes
  • Restaurant:No
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