Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House, a New York State Historic Site and National Historic Landmark, is a unique residential estate built for wealthy Buffalo businessman Darwin D. Martin and his family between 1903-1905. The multi-residential estate is considered the most substantial and highly developed of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Houses in the Eastern United States. More than twenty years of reconstruction and restoration, including the Wright-designed historic landscape, was completed in 2019. Guests can visit the Martin House through various tour experiences including docent-led landscape tours, one-hour, and two-hour tours, a self-guided Wright Night tour, and more. The virtual tour presented here is a walk through the main areas on the first floor of the Martin House, led by Executive Director Mary Roberts. We invite you to discover more virtual tours on our social media profiles and YouTube channels.