See Where The Author Of ‘The Great Gatsby’ Grew Up In Buffalo
His real name? Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald, but don't get him confused with the guy that wrote the National Anthem.
Known as F. Scott Fitzgerald, he wrote a book or two you may know--lets try The Great Gatsby or This Side of Paradise. Fitzgerald and his family moved to Buffalo from Minnesota when he was two where he group up and found he had a profound intrest in literature. He attended on the West Side of Buffalo, first Holy Angels Convent and then Nardin Academy.
Buffalo has so much rich history to offer and appreciate, so go out and see it! Here is Fitzgerald's childhood home on Highland Ave! Throughout their years in Buffalo, the family lived in the Lennox Hotel, Summer Street and Irving.
Also, you can now stay in the house where he lived in for only $150 per night! Of course, it's not his childhood home, but you can check this baby out here!