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Planning Your Trip

Buffalo is ideally situated on the western edge of New York State along Lake Erie. We are a 20-minute drive from Niagara Falls, 90 minutes from Toronto, and three hours from Cleveland and Pittsburgh. You can fly here from New York City in about 50 minutes, and the city is accessible by flight from every major East Coast hub in about three hours.

Getting Here

By Air

The Buffalo metropolitan area is serviced by the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, which is about nine miles away from the museum. Niagara Falls International Airport is about 19 miles away from the museum.

By Train

AMTRAK—Buffalo, NY Station

By Bus

Greyhound—Buffalo, NY Station

By Car

Border Crossing

The Niagara International Transportation Technology Coalition (NITTEC) provides real-time border crossing information.

Getting Around

Buffalo is a very car-friendly and bike-friendly city. Public transportation is also available through the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA). 

Cab Services

Airport Taxi Service
Liberty Cab

Ride Sharing


Car Sharing

Zipcar Buffalo

Bicycle Rentals

Reddy Bikeshare

Public Transportation

The Albright-Knox is serviced by NFTA bus line 20, with stations northbound and southbound at Elmwood Avenue and Rockwell Road, directly in front of the museum.

Get directions via bus using Google Maps. Enter your starting address instead of “Buffalo, NY.”

Plan your trip using the NFTA trip planner. Enter your starting address and then enter “1285 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo” as your destination address.

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