Don't let the term “prairie house” fool you—this is one elegant, magical structure. Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous piece of Buffalo architecture is actually several buildings strung out like a necklace along a landscaped backdrop. The architect was 36 when he got the once-in-a-lifetime chance to build not just one home, but a whole complex, and integrate it as he wished into the surrounding nature. The various low-level, one-story structures are connected by a long, gleaming conservatory filled with shrubs and flowers. Tours start at the Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion (where there’s also summer jazz).
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