"Buffalo is home to some of the greatest American architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries."
- The New York Times
Get ready to experience multiple works by Frank Lloyd Wright including the Martin House Complex, (the finest example of his Prairie Style), and Graycliff, his most important summer estate, Louis Sullivan’s ornate Guaranty Building, H.H. Richardson’s massive Buffalo State Hospital, the graceful lines of Eliel and Eero Saarinen’s Kleinhans Music Hall, a system of parks and parkways by Frederick Law Olmsted, and the birthplace of the American Arts & Crafts Movement, the Roycroft Inn and Campus.
And that’s just the beginning. You’ll also take in buildings by Richard Upjohn, Stanford White, Lord & Burnham, Charles Atwood, and America’s first female professional architect, Louise Blanchard Bethune.
You can see these works in textbooks. Or you can see them in Buffalo. Check out the pages in this section to get started.