Five Places to Discover Frank Lloyd Wright in Buffalo by Paula Thompson on on February 8, 2016 suggests that fans of Wright view five of his works – old and new – with a visit to Buffalo. 

"Wright's work came to the Buffalo area via Oak Park, Illinois, where he lived while working for the Chicago firm Adler & Sullivan. Darwin D. Martin, an executive with the Larkin Soap Company in Buffalo, went to Oak Park to visit his brother and returned to Buffalo to convince the Larkin board of directors to commission Wright to design their new office building. Unfortunately, the Larkin Company Administration Building, completed in 1903, was destroyed in 1950, but many of Wright's other works live on."

Thompson, a freelance writer and photographer from Williamsville, goes on to describe the Darwin Martin House, Graycliff Estate, the Blue Sky Mausoleum at Forest Lawn, the Frank Lloyd Wright Fontana Rowing Boathouse, and the Filling Station at the Pierce-Arrow Museum.

This is a concise look at a major attraction in Buffalo. Thanks for posting on this Mapquest travel site, Paula.