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Charles E. Burchfield Nature and Art Center

2001 Union Road
716-677-4843

For more than 40 years, Charles E. Burchfield lived and painted in Gardenville, an area located in the northern end of the town of West Seneca.  This area is now home to our center, situated on 29 acres of nature trails and woods, wild and cultivated gardens, alongside the banks of the scenic Buffalo Creek.

Today, people of all ages visit the gallery and grounds of our center to experience art and nature at its best.  Adult and children's classes and activities, gallery exhibitions, festivals and special events means there's something for everyone at our center.

Mission Statement

To assure that the BNAC will continue to serve the community interests in the areas of art, recreation, music, history and nature by providing a welcoming and educational facility.



Reviews

Lauren Skoniecki

Rating:
Monday, June 18, 2018
Zero negatives except this place can get swamped fast! They have two playgrounds; one for the little little ones and then one for the more advanced. The trails are shaded in most areas and long which we love. The water access is an added bonus, and the trees and flowers are a sight to see. Be cautious of the Poison ivy...there are signs attempting to warn you of it's where abouts, and what it looks like which is great. The art outside is incredible and fun.

Cara Strong

Rating:
Friday, June 22, 2018
Love to hide and find rocks with my little one here. Also love the nature trails and walking my pup here 🖤 the playground is fantastic too! You can get lost for hours in the best possible way!

Amanda Seeley

Rating:
Thursday, May 31, 2018
I love this place, its so much more then a park. They have such great events and live music. You right in the water too. I love the charming little trails, its rustic beauty, native history and the friendly community.

Andrew Smyser

Rating:
Sunday, June 17, 2018
Very fun creek for swimming. Excellent for little kids. Good playground equipment too. Very family friendly outdoors summer place for no cost.

Alan Peters

Rating:
Sunday, July 1, 2018
I went for the art. Which was very sparing. Mostly white trash swimming in the sewer creek. Smelled of newports and budweiser. It was decent

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