The Space Between   at Darwin Martin House

Through January

The Space Between at Darwin Martin House

Take a refreshing winter walk around the Darwin Martin House to explore the Jun Kanoko sculptures as they interact with the changing landscape. This installation, up through October 2021, is part of a collaboration between the Martin House and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's public art initiative. There is a scavanger hunt and activity guide available on the DMH website. 

Darwin Martin House (125 Jewett Parkway), 856-3858



Through January

Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site

Step back in time and into the world that TR knew. Walk where he walked, see and hear the challenges he faced, and get a sense of what it was like to lead our nation during a pivotal time in its history. Hourly tours are available with prepaid reservations.

(641 Delaware Avenue) 

TRSITE.ORG, 884-0095


Martin House Tours

Self-guided day and evening tours, private interior and landscape tours, twilight tours, and private photography tours are offered. Advance ticket purchase is required; register online or by emailing

(125 Jewett Parkway), 856-3858


Old Fort Niagara

Advance reservations are not required, but additional benefits can be made available to groups who schedule a visit more than two weeks in advance.

(102 Morrow Plaza, Youngstown), 745-7611


Richardson-Olmsted Complex

One of Buffalo’s most iconic buildings and a National Historic Landmark, designed by great American architect Henry Hobson Richardson, the 145-year-old Richardson Olmsted Campus is being renewed after years of neglect. Private tours for guests ages 16 and older are available by pre-registration only; contact for information on how to book a tour.

(444 Forest Avenue), 601-1150


Buffalo History Museum

Guests should pre-register on Eventbrite for general admission to the museum. Enjoy free admission on Third Friday, January 15; check the website for programs.

(One Museum Court), 873-9644


Explore Buffalo

In-person touring is back, including downtown landmarks, historic neighborhoods, and much more. Check the website; reservations must be made in advance. Mask-wearing and social distancing are required; there are no interior tours., 245-3032


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