1. Trinity Episcopal Church, 371 Delaware Ave. One of the two churches in the world to have windows by both John LaFarge and Louis Comfort Tiffany. LaFarge was awarded the Legion of Honor for the Sealing of the Twelve Tribes window at the 1889 Exposition Universale in Paris.
2. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 724 Delaware Ave. The best example of Gothic Revival windows by Charles Connick and Henry Willet in the region. Home of Willet's Praise window.
3. St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Cathedral, 50 Franklin St. Home to some of the oldest stained glass in Western New York with German and American windows from the 1850s.
4. Temple-Beth Zion, 805 Delaware Ave. Breathtaking modern windows designed by Ben Shahn, adapted by Benoit Gilsoul and executed by Willet Studios.
5. First Presbyterian Church, 21 Church St., Lockport One of the finest collections of Tiffany and opalescent glass windows in the state.
6. St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, 128 Pearl St. The most diverse collection of windows in the city, including Henry Wynd Young, John Hardman & Co, Mayer of Munich, Tiffany Studios, Charles Connick, Lamb Studios, and Paul Frohe.
7. Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 199 Clark St. Home of the largest stained-glass windows in the city. Manufactured by Mayer of Munich, Germany.
8. Our Lady of Victory Basilica, 767 Ridge Road, Lackawanna. The entire set of windows for the Basilica was produced by Buffalo's own Otto F. Andrle, a master of the Munich style of stained glass.
9. Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, 345 Main St., East Aurora. The only church in Western New York to be filled with nothing but Tiffany windows.
10. Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 66 East Main St., Hamburg. A beautiful collection of windows produced by Leo P. Frohe and his son Ferdinand. The last windows of Joseph C. Mazur are located in the transepts of this church.