As the top-rated Buffalo attraction on Tripadvisor, Martin House will inspire and delight.
Designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Martin House is an extraordinary house museum and National Historic Landmark in Buffalo, NY. Nestled in the city’s historic Parkside neighborhood, the site ranks as one of Wright’s finest residential projects – a place where architecture, the surrounding landscape, and an extensive collection of art glass and furnishings come together to form a complete work of genius.
We recommend you reserve your group tour at least two weeks in advance to ensure availability of the tour time and docents. The discount pricing listed for each tour offering is extended to tour operator groups and groups of 10 or more.
Group Tour Payment & Policies
Final count is due two weeks prior to your scheduled tour, and you will be billed according to this number. Gift tickets and comp passes are not redeemable as payment for a group tour experience. If you need to change or cancel your tour for any reason, or if additional guests are added to the tour, please contact us as soon as possible.
Tours begin at the Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion (the all-glass building adjacent to the Martin House on Jewett Parkway). We ask that group tours arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to the scheduled tour time. If arriving by bus, parking and arrival directions will be sent after your reservation is complete. View driving directions here.
Upon arrival at the Pavilion, groups will have the opportunity to view the current exhibits and interactive features of the visitor center, take exterior photos, and use the public restrooms.
The Martin House is located in a residential neighborhood. Free street parking is available for small vans and cars in the neighborhood. Large buses and motorcoaches have a nearby designated off-site parking area. Directions to this area will be supplied to the group leader and detailed in your group confirmation information. Please arrange for the bus driver to pick guests up after the tour at the Greatbatch Pavilion.