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  • Darwin D Martin House  Darwin D Martin House Buffalo
    Is a popular tourist attraction in Buffalo, the Darwin D Martin House was designed by the architect genius Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Darwin D Martin was built between 1903 & 1905, this beautiful  Historic House should not be missed on your visit to Buffalo.  The Martin House Complex was the home of Darwin D Martin who was an entrepreneur and his wife Isabelle.  Darwin Martin along with his brother William were co-owners of the E-Z Stove Polish Company based in Chicago.   Frank Wright designed the complex with several connecting buildings starting with the Main House connecting to the Conservatory, the Carriage House & Stables, a smaller home called the Barton House built for George F. Barton and his wife Delta & Darwin Martin's sister.  Later added was the Gardener's Cottage & Greenhouse used to supply flowers and plants for the grounds and the buildings. There is a new Visitor Welcome Center- the Eleanor and Wilson Greatbatch Pavilion all the guided tours begin here, you will want to arrive early to check in for your tour plus you can enjoy the fascinating exhibits before and after your guided tour. 

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  • Buffalo Museum of Science    Buffalo Museum of Science
    Is a great place to spend the day when you are visiting Buffalo, visitors of all ages will have a great time visiting the Buffalo Museum of Science.  A favorite attraction is the Tifft Nature Preserve, this 264 acre nature refuge is dedicated to conservation and environmental education.  The Tifft Nature Preserve maintains a natural setting animals from the entire region take advantage of the ponds, woodlands and marshes.  Highlights include; five miles of nature trails maps are available in the Visitors Center, Guided Walks, special Bird Area- offers spectacular bird watching, three boardwalks with viewing adjacent to cattail marsh, opportunities to observe local wildlife in natural habitats, snowshoe rentals and cross-country skiing.  The Buffalo Museum of Science is full of amazing exhibits highlights include; Explorations Gallery- is hands-on this interactive gallery is designed for children ages 2-7.  Fun exhibits include a Water Table full of objects ranging from measuring cups to shells & boats.  Discovery Areas- with science the main focus this exhibit encourages exploration. Cultural Play Area- changes often to reflect many different cultures.  The area is set up with props, costume pieces from Africa, Mexico and Native American furs and food sources and much, much more to discover.  Gems and Minerals Exhibit- Displays more than 10,000 specimens and over 1,000 minerals that are held at the Buffalo Museum of Science.  Discover how minerals are formed, how to identify different minerals and explore the types of minerals found in the Ontario & New York regions.   The Circle of Life in Ancient Egypt- Travel back to the past and immerse yourself into the life of an Egyptian about 2330 years ago to understand their everyday life. See how objects were made from natural materials and meet the mummies of Nes-hor and Nes -min and more.  Another popular exhibit is the Dinosaurs & Co.-who doesn't enjoy Dinosaurs?  here visitors can trace the history of life through fossil records form early marine invertebrates through post dinosaur age of mammals.  This unique exhibit features sea scorpions that roamed the ocean floor over 400 million years ago along with the environments & organisms that once lived & thrived in the oceans and lands before, during and after the age of the dinosaurs.  Visitors can view the twenty-foot long armored fish Dunkleosteus, who swam the seas covering New York about 370 million years ago along with other dinosaur skeletons.  Opening the end of February is Sesame Street The Body exhibit, The Buffalo Museum of Science displays several  additional exhibits.  The family will spend hours discovering and learning so don't miss a visit to Buffalo's top attraction.

January 11, 2011