An official Path Through History Site! Constructed between 1903 and 1905 as the home of Darwin and Isabelle Martin, the Martin House exemplifies Frank Lloyd Wright's "Prairie House" ideal and ranks as one of his finest residential works. Tours underscore how Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural genius is illustrated in timeless themes evident in his remarkable design: family, friendship, the meaning of home, and the American spirit as told through the story of Darwin D. Martin's patronage of America's greatest architect. The estate consists of three Wright-designed residences, three interconnected buildings, and a stunning landscape. Tours and events are offered year-round.
You can also visit the Martin House estate virtually! Explore the virtual reality tour accessible on the homepage of the website, or enjoy a variety of videos on the site's YouTube channel which provide a glimpse into both public and behind-the-scenes spaces. On-site and virtual school programs are also offered, and New York's "Connect Kids to Parks" program covers the costs for many schools across the state.