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First, there are only a very few Masters works. The gift shop has interest offerings. End of positives.
True, I am not a fan of "Modern Art". This museum has lots of it. A huge pile of junk metal pieces (pots, pans and such) with...More
Let me say first of all that although the original art is limited, it’s still worth seeing and the traveling exhibits that we saw, outstanding. From the moment we stepped into this museum we didn’t stop a moment. A docent told us to go see...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit here, having driven over from Canada for the day.
The names jump out at you: Van Gogh, Cézanne, Pissarro, Manet, Millet, Courbet, Pollock, Warhol, Lichtenstein - the list is endless. Nevertheless, the gallery takes great pride in promoting the work...More
I visited Albright Knox Art Gallery while on a week long holiday to see my sister who lives in Rochester NY. We were heading to Niagara Falls that day but had time to go into Buffalo first for lunch and to see some art. I’m...More
This visit was most amazing: the pictures are a great collection and this comments are very informativ. The staff is massively friendly, could even come in with my big bag on the way to the airport. Appreciate this opportunity very much, helped me so much....More
This art gallery gets better and better. It has a solid permanent collection and almost always has a great traveling expedition. The building itself is a beautiful remnant of the Pan Exhibition from early 1900s. It is located right in the middle of a great...More
We recently visited this museum and went to Robert Indiana’s exhibit, which was amazing. The museum building is impressive and the grounds are well kept. The museum’s permanent collection is not big but contains works of art of very important artists like Jackson Pollock. Strongly...More
Even when visiting family we like to take in a few sights that tourists are encouraged to see, Although we aren't particularly big modern art fans, it was easy to get to from where we stayed. We had intended to spend 45 min but were...More
pleasant surprise for even a 1 hour diversion on the way to Niagara. The building alone draws you in, and the small collection has some real prizes in it and plus great exhibition space, and hat stairwell art is quite a gem. really liked the...More
Hello! It depends on which outdoor concert you are interested in. The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series takes place on the museum's Delaware Stairs overlooking Hoyt Lake on five Sundays in July and August. You can find more... More
Hello! It depends on which outdoor concert you are interested in. The Buffalo News Summer Jazz Series takes place on the museum's Delaware Stairs overlooking Hoyt Lake on five Sundays in July and August. You can find more information by going to our website and clicking on "Events," then searching for Event Type > Music and Performances.
We also recently held Rockin' 2017, a large outdoor rock concert in our parking lot. This fundraising concert will happen annually and has different rules and regulations than the Summer Jazz Series. Stay tuned to our website for more information about Rockin' 2018.
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Yes, the address is 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, New York 14222...the phone # is 716-882-8700. It is across the street from SUNYBuffState (college) and has a U shaped drive way and a huge sculpture of shiney metal canoes... More
Yes, the address is 1285 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, New York 14222...the phone # is 716-882-8700. It is across the street from SUNYBuffState (college) and has a U shaped drive way and a huge sculpture of shiney metal canoes. There is an automated parking lot in front of the structure. You will need to take the ticket inside to pay along with the admission fee. Enter the doors in the modern dark glass area on the U driveway. The street to the north of the property is Iroquois Drive and to the east is Lincoln Parkway. Sometimes you can find on street parking on Lincoln Parkway, but the only entrance is on the front of the building facing Elmwood Ave. Hope this helps!