Western New York affords visitors the rare opportunity to see a variety of Wright’s residential, recreational, and monumental designs – both historic and newly-constructed.
For groups of 15 or more, create your own package that includes a guided tour of the Martin House and one or more of the following Wright architectural sites:
The Fontana Boathouse on Buffalo’s picturesque waterfront. Based on original plans from 1905, the Boathouse was realized in 2007 and today stands as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most beloved designs.
The Buffalo Filling Station was designed by Wright in 1927 as a fuel filling station, but was never built until 2002. It is a one-of-a-kind structure showcasing the architect’s innovative and revolutionary design ideas.
The Graycliff Estate was Darwin and Isabelle Martin’s summer home. See the unique charm of their country estate overlooking Lake Erie.
The Blue Sky Mausoleum within the historic Forest Lawn Cemetery was designed by Mr. Wright, and was constructed in 2004 in conjunction with one of Wright’s apprentices.
Lunch add-ons are available. Special discounts for groups of 15 or more and tour operators. Minimum reserved must be met.
For group reservations, call Monica Stage, Group Tour Coordinator at the Darwin Martin House at 716-856-3858 ext. 207.