An early work of Frank Lloyd Wright's, in his horizontal Prairie style, the 15,000-sq-foot Martin House has been meticulously restored and even rebuilt. A guided tour reveals the exacting details; the very worthwhil…
Renowned for its collection of Ruscha, Rauschenberg and other abstract expressionists, this sizable museum occupies a neoclassical building from Buffalo's 1905 Pan American Expo. Its temporary exhibits are particula…
Guided tours of the Ansley-Wilcox house tell the dramatic tale of Teddy's emergency swearing-in here in 1901, after President William McKinley was assassinated while attending Buffalo's Pan American Exposition.
Dedicated to artists of Western New York, past and present, this museum shows great range. Namesake Charles Burchfield's paintings and prints reflect the local landscape.
This 32-story art-deco masterpiece, opened in 1931, towers over downtown. Join a free tour to go up to the observation deck.
Buffalo's once-derelict waterfront now offers summer parkland and winter ice-skating.
Tour three 1940s military ships, including a submarine.