Frank Lloyd Wright‘s Fallingwater House is a renowned masterpiece, voted the most significant building of the 20th century by the American Institute of Architects. It was transferred to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy by Edgar Kaufmann Jr. The unique design and innovative use of materials, including native stone and concrete, have earned the Fallingwater House a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. As the only remaining Frank Lloyd Wright house with its original furnishings and artwork intact, it is open to the public for house tours.
The Fallingwater House is a true masterpiece, not just for its innovative design, but also for its preservation. It is the only remaining Frank Lloyd Wright house with its original furnishings and artwork intact, making it a must-visit for architecture enthusiasts, art lovers, and anyone interested in experiencing a piece of history.
Overall, the Fallingwater House is a testament to the talent and vision of Frank Lloyd Wright, and a symbol of the power of architecture to shape our world. Whether you are an architecture buff, an art lover, or simply someone who appreciates beauty and craftsmanship, the Fallingwater House is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Visitors can choose from several tour options, including a one-hour guided architectural tour of the main floor, terraces, and guest house, as well as specialized tours like an in-depth tour, collections tour, brunch tour, and sunset tour. Tours are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, excluding Wednesdays during mid-March through Thanksgiving weekend. Fallingwater is open on weekends in December and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day, weather permitting. Winter Walks are available for self-guided exterior tours from November 30th.
Advance ticket purchase is required for all tours and exact tour times cannot be guaranteed during periods of high visitor numbers.
1491 Mill Run Road
Mill Run, Pennsylvania, 15464
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