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As you begin to plan your Buffalo adventure, check out Visit Buffalo Niagara. You will discover it’s easy to plan a busy weekend or an entire week exploring everything our city has to offer.
The Martin House sits in the historic Parkside neighborhood, designed by famous landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The area contains superb examples of diverse architectural styles of homes that surround our estate, so we encourage you to plan a little time to walk the neighborhood during your visit.
As you plan your visit, note that we are just north of the downtown core and not too far from Niagara Falls, with easy access to the local expressways.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Graycliff
A 30-minute drive from Martin House, the Wright-designed, sun-filled summer home of the Martins sits on 8 acres on the shore of Lake Erie. The three buildings on the estate are set amidst extensive grounds and gardens.
Graycliff (1926-31) can be experienced through a variety of tours, and combination tour tickets to visit both the Martin House and Graycliff will be available again later this year.
Other Wright sites in Buffalo include the Fontana Boathouse, Blue Sky Mausoleum, and the Filling Station located inside the Pierce-Arrow Museum.
The Great Wright Road Trip
We have partnered with Wright sites in Western Pennsylvania, including Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, to create a road trip to remember. Experience eight sites designed during very different periods of Wright’s career, all within an easy four-hour drive that includes miles of scenic countryside, bountiful vineyards, roadside farm stands, and regional food specialties that make this road trip a particularly special slice of the American experience.
Your visits to the Wright sites will inspire you–and leave you with an appreciation for two of his greatest patrons and advocates: the Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh and the Martin family of Buffalo. Their support nurtured, sustained and inspired Wright to do some of the greatest work of his career – classic designs that have been protected, preserved and restored for public enjoyment.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery
Located just minutes from the Martin House, the Albright-Knox is one of the oldest museums dedicated to the art of our time with an extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary art.
Located in the quaint Village of East Aurora, a visit to the Roycroft Campus provides an experience rich with history and architecture, inspiring visitors to experience the creativity and ideals of the Arts and Crafts Movement. The Campus is across the street from the Roycroft Inn and a 30-minute drive from the Martin House.