Buffalo, New York: Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station in a MuseumArchitect Frank Lloyd Wright planned to build a futuristic all-copper gas station in Buffalo in 1927, but didn't. The Pierce-Arrow Museum got hold of Wright's original blueprints and built the gas station in its lobby in 2014, only a few blocks from the intended original spot.
- 263 Michigan Ave., Buffalo, NY
- Inside the Pierce-Arrow Museum. I-190 exit 6 toward Elm St. Follow signs for Seneca St. Turn right onto Seneca St. and drive one block. You'll see the Museum on the right.
- Th-Su 11-4 (Call to verify)
- Adults $10.
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Frank Lloyd Wright Gas Station in a Museum
The guide was very knowledgeable. You have to take a tour to the part of the museum where the gas station is. The tours are about every 1-1.5 hours, but enjoy the rest of the museum while waiting.[Joannah Soderborg, 04/11/2017]