Visit the first floor and master bedroom of the Barton House (1903)—the first property commissioned by Darwin D. Martin as a residence for his sister and her family. Stroll along the perimeter of the estate and gain an understanding of Wright’s site plan and integrated landscape design for the complex. Visit select areas of the first floor of the Martin House (1904-05), as well as the master bedroom, pergola, conservatory, and carriage house. Restoration will be in progress in the Martin House.
This tour is 90 minutes and is not wheelchair accessible: there is stair-climbing, considerable walking, and standing involved. Part of the tour is outside. From time to time a specific tour space in the Martin House may be unavailable due to ongoing restoration. An alternate space will be made available.
Adults $19, Senior $17, Student $14, Members complimentary
Reservations are strongly recommended due to the limited space on each guided tour.
Darwin and Isabelle Martin had two homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright: their city home in Buffalo (1903-05) and a summer home on Lake Erie in nearby Derby, called Graycliff (1926-27). Tickets can be purchased at either site and have no expiration date.
Two combination ticket packages available (prices not valid on group tours)
Graycliff is located at 6472 Old Lake Shore Road, Derby, New York, a 25-minute drive from the Martin House Complex. Please make sure to allow enough time between sites.
The Martin House is generously supported by
the State of New York, the County of Erie
and the City of Buffalo.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Complex | 125 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14214 | Toll Free (877) 377-3858
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