About Historic Downtown Buffalo
Historic Downtown Buffalo, nestled at the base of the Big Horn Mountains, is the cultural heart and the artistic hub of Johnson County. Downtown has century-old commercial buildings that house galleries and museums, as well as studios where potters, ironworkers, artists, photographers, and wood carvers hone their respective skills.
Buffalo has received numerous awards including "Top 10 True Western Towns of 2011" by True West Magazine – Preserving the American West, which was awarded to towns that have made an important contribution to preserving their pasts. This Old House Magazine's "Best Old House Neighborhoods 2012: The West", and CNN Travel's "12 best places you've never heard of".
When you visit downtown Buffalo you will enjoy fine dining, restaurants, cafés, a authentic 1927 historic soda fountain and pizzeria, and sandwich shops, along with unique boutiques, gift shops, historic hotels, museums, salons, day spas, a true western saloon, sporting and hunting stores for all your recreational needs, all line the charming downtown, including one of our most valued asset "A Creek Runs Through It".
For dining, shopping, events, real-estate opportunities in Downtown Buffalo please contact the Buffalo Downtown Association by calling us at 307.620.2244.
The Mission of The Buffalo Downtown Association is to act as a catalyst for the revitalization of the Downtown Historic District by empowering local people, organizations, and the community to help create a strong, vibrant, and beautiful downtown Buffalo, alive with shops, merchants, restaurants, professionals, green space, and cultural events utilizing the National Main Street Four Point Approach. The Buffalo Downtown Association is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization and an accredited Wyoming Main Street Program. As such we follow the four pronged approach of the Main Street Program — Economic Restructuring, Design, Organization, and Promotion. The BDA is structured and organized according to these proven principles for revitalization and development of Main Street.