The Roaming Table Food Tours

Our expert tour guides navigate you through the historic Village of Williamsville. On our three-hour tour, you learn about the rich history of this quintessential small town.
Williamsville is also know for its food. We visit 6 local restaurants, sampling food at each (enough for a filling lunch). Also included are 3 unique alcoholic beverage pairings.

Enjoy this VIP experience eating your way through Williamsville like a local.

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Western New York Railway Historical Society

(716) 633-7002

86 South Long St., Williamsville, NY

Sundays 1-4pm beginning in May through October

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About The mission of the WNYRHS is to preserve our region’s rich railroad heritage. Mission Our mission is to preserve of valuable, yet quickly disappearing railway heritage. Our main goal is the establishment of a railroad museum in the City of Buffalo. Williamsville Depot Built in 1896, the Williamsville Depot was acquired by the society in 1989. For more information, visit our website. Company Overview The WNYRHS was formed in August 1980 to promote the preservation of our railway heritage on the Niagara Frontier. Over the past 30 years we have preserved and restored the Orchard Park and Williamsville depots and acquired nearly 50 pieces of historic railroad equipment. General Information The Heritage Discovery Center, located at 100 Lee Street in the City of Buffalo, is the new museum project of the WNY Railway Historical Society. The Heritage Discovery Center is open every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Admission is free. Volunteers & docents are always welcome, please contact us for more information.