Frank Lloyd Wright


Frank Lloyd Wright and the amazing architectural legacy of Buffalo, New York. In one day we tour in and around six Frank Lloyd Wright houses not normally open to the public, dine in relaxed sophistication and explore the remarkable architectural history of Buffalo, New York.

One hundred years ago, Wright was at the height of his Prairie-style powers and he left some real gems in and around Buffalo, New York. This tour will enjoy guided tours of two Prairie-style complete with radiant Wright stained glass. We will view three other Wright homes from the outside and finish the day with a complete tour of a lakeside residence designed by Wright in the 1920s.

Tour includes:

  • round-trip, day-long transportation via luxury motorcoach
  • Exclusive guided tours of two Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie-style homes
  • Viewing of three other Frank Lloyd Wright homes
  • Elegant, three-course lunch
  • Exclusive tour of Frank Lloyd Wright lakeside residence
  • Contextual lecture and commentary
  • All applicable taxes and gratuities

Details: Tour meets at the south-west corner of Front and Bay Streets and departs at 8:15 SHARP, returning to the same spot at approximately 7:00 PM the same day.

Date: May 2010

Note: Space is limited. Please book early. Participants require a valid and current Canadian passport (if you are not a Canadian citizen, please let us know). The cost of the tour does not include emergency medical and health insurance. We suggest participants call Blue Cross at 416-626-1688.

To reserve your place, please e-mail:

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