The Martin House is located in a residential neighborhood, which has space for limited on-street, free parking. However, please note the posted signs. There is one area in front of the house reserved for bus drop off, and parking is restricted on certain sides of the street on specific days.
You are welcome to explore the exterior of the Martin House, including the fully-restored historic landscape, any time. The educational displays inside the Eleanor & Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion are also open to the public during tour hours.
The public is also welcome to visit the Martin House Museum Store, located at the back of the property in the carriage house. The on-site store is open during tour hours.
You are always welcome to visit the Martin House Museum Store! The store is located in the Carriage House and is open to visitors on our tours and for those who would like to walk-in and shop. Visit the store online for a list of our store hours and to browse our online selections.
Large backpacks are not allowed in the Martin House due to safety concerns. If you have a backpack, please leave it in your car or you will be kindly asked to leave it with our guest services staff for the duration of your tour.
The mission and programs of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House are supported in part by public funds from New York State (Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, State University of New York and New York State Council on the Arts), the County of Erie, and the City of Buffalo, and by our generous donors and friends. Thank you to the M&T Bank Foundation whose support made this website possible.