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Darwin D Martin House
One of the top attractions in Buffalo, Darwin D Martin House was designed by Frank Llyod Wright. Considered as the best of Prarie House era designs by Wright, this house was built in 1904 for the Martins. Darwin D Martin House is open to the public for tours.
Shea's Performing Arts Center
Built in 1926 in the Classic style featuring a Neo-Baroque interior, Shea's Performing Arts Center is considered an excellent example of the great movie palaces of its era. The beautiful chandeliers and a marble-lined grand lobby are among the main features of the center. The building of this center is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Some of the great performers who have performed at Shea's Performing Arts Center include the Marx Brothers, Frank Sinatra, and George Burns.
Erie County Botanical Gardens
Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens features the Olmsted's South Park, the Victorian-style gardens of plants, and the 1894 tri-domed glass conservatory building. There are several year-round highlights including the orchid house, waterfall, herb collection, and bromeliad house. The indoor gardens comprise a fully restored palm dome and a lovely fern house. The unique tri-domed glass, steel, and wood design of the conservatory was based upon the Crystal Palace and the Kew Gardens Palm House in England.
Albright Knox Art Gallery
Housed in an impressive Greek-Revival building, Albright Knox Art Gallery features an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. Especially notable here is the Post-war American and European art with such names as Johns, Gorky, Warhol, and Pollock. Albright Knox Art Gallery shows frequently changing exhibits.