Where is the Albright-Knox located?
The Albright-Knox's Elmwood Avenue campus, currently closed for construction, is located adjacent to Frederick Law Olmsted’s Delaware Park at:
1285 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14222
Albright-Knox Northland, our project space, is located at:
612 Northland Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14211
In order to ensure a safe environment for all, we ask you to please review our Courtesy Code and reserve your visit date and time prior to your arrival.
Is Albright-Knox Northland accessible via public transportation?
Yes, there are a few different ways to get to Albright-Knox Northland via public transportation.
Public Transportation Directions
Does Albright-Knox Northland offer parking?
Yes, free parking is available in a dedicated lot on the east side of the building and on Northland Avenue.
Is there a restaurant at Albright-Knox Northland?
Albright-Knox Northland does not have a restaurant. We recommend you visit our friends at Manna in the Northland Workforce Training Center at 683 Northland Avenue. Please visit their Facebook page or call 716.253.2100 for details.
Does Albright-Knox Northland have a gift shop?
Albright-Knox Northland does not have a gift shop. We look forward to reopening our physical and online stores when the Buffalo AKG Art Museum opens in 2022.
Does Albright-Knox Northland offer public WiFi access?
Yes, free WiFi is available through SSID Northland-Guest.
Does Albright-Knox Northland offer a coat check?
Yes, there are coatracks and complimentary storage lockers.
Does Albright-Knox Northland have baby-changing stations?
Yes, there is a family restroom with a changing station.
Is Albright-Knox Northland accessible to those with special needs?
Albright-Knox Northland is committed to creating and fostering a universal environment of accessibility for visitors of all ages.
Learn More about Accessibility at Albright-Knox Northland
Learn More about our Access AK Programs for Visitors with Disabilities
What are other things to do within close distance of Albright-Knox Northland?
Check out Shantell Martin’s mural Dance Everyday, 2017, just steps away at 537 East Delavan Avenue, and explore Buffalo through other public artworks created and placed by the Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative.
If you'd like a bite to eat, check out our friends at Manna in the Northland Workforce Training Center at 683 Northland Avenue. Please visit their Facebook page or call 716.253.2100 for details.