Quality Inn & Suites
8200 Park Road
Batavia, NY 14020
Phone: (585) 344-7000
Fax: (585) 343-4787
8200 Park Road, Batavia, NY, US, 14020
- Phone: (585) 344-7000
- Fax: (585) 343-4787
Spread over 5 acres (2.0 hectares) of land, the Genesee County Courthouse Historic District is a site that features some of the county courthouses, a war memorial and some other government structures. This site also consisted of some private places. Featuring styles of Gothic, Italianate and Colonial Revival, the beauty of these styles are visible in almost all the structures present in this district.
Genesee Orleans Regional Council on the Arts (GO ART!) is one of the finest art institutions in the city. The place is a must go for all the creative artists especially the upcoming ones, for it provides promotion of their artworks and some invaluable advice on 3D art. The place also has a rental space that is used to host art exhibits. The cultural center of the Genesee Orleans Regional Council on the Arts (GO ART!) is used to host cultural events and community programs. To know about the schedule of the events taking place here, check the website.
The Batavia region in New York, United States, boasts of an opulent church in the name of the First Presbyterian Church. Predominantly, built using stone, the varied ministries of the church work towards the comprehensive needs of the individuals. It is also featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
St. James' Episcopal Church is a historic place of worship and designated feature on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1908 by Robert North, its designed is said to be inspired by the charming English countryside. It illustrates the Neo-Gothic school of architecture and is replete with a square belfry, arched entryways and beautiful stained-glass representations.
Delroy's Limousine Service has been serving the major New York City airports for over 27 years.
Serving Medina, Shelby and Ridgeway, the US Post Office-Medina was built in 1931. Known for its Colonial Revival architecture, the post office was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The impressive architecture has not been replicated anywhere else in the state of New York, with the only instance of the design's reuse being in Salem, Indiana.
The renowned Medina Armory is a stone structure that was completely constructed in 1903. George L. Heins designed this armory and its design is inspired from the Connecticut Street Armory. This historical building is now home to the Orleans County YMCA.
The Brockport region in Monroe County, New York is bequeathed with one of the finer churches in the form of the First Presbyterian Church. It is established and incorporated as the Congregational Society of Brockport. The church site is highly distinguished as a vital Presbyterian Church in the vicinity. It features on the National Register of Historic Places. It exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture. Four bays in length and three bays wide, the main block is structured of a red brick placed on a sandstone foundation.
The 60,000 square feet Western New York Events Centre hosts a variety of events ranging from conventions, conferences, exhibitions, trade-shows and much more. The meeting rooms here are spacious and are embedded with state-of-the-art communication and media facilities, devices and services. Trade shows and expos are two of the most popular events held at this center. Visit the center for experiencing high-tech meeting facilities and the very best in modern services. Call ahead to know more.
The Trinity Episcopal Church or Trinity Church is an integral part of the city's religious history. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, this church is worth a visit owing to its splendid structure. This building is designed as per the instructions of Richard Upjohn, the architectural style is adapted from his book, 'Upjohn's Rural Architecture'. Tourists visit this church to explore Upjohn's designs and the lovely stained glass windows that date back to 1870. For more details, call ahead.
A part of the Works Progress Administration, the Office of the Supervising Architect (Treasury Department) designed the US Post Office-Warsaw. Constructed in 1934-35, it is a fine example of the Colonial Revival style of architecture; this historic building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.