Tour Some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Famous Buildings

The waterfall at Fallingwater house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, surrounded by trees in autumn.
Fallingwater house in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. Sean Pavone/Shutterstock

Architecture and design fans will soon be able to take a detailed look at some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famous homes and buildings. The Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy is hosting six virtual tours of the architect’s structures.

The event, called “Way Out and About Wright” runs May 14-16 and will take attendees through six buildings designed by the famous architect. Each “tour” is a live-streamed Zoom call with a question and answer session afterward.

Attendees will get to see all of the following structures:

To register for the event, just head over to the Conservancy website. Tickets are $130 for the general public, $80 for members of the Conservancy, and $35 for students. Attendees will also have access to recordings of the tours up to a month after the event.

While you wait, you can virtually tour the homes of some famous American artists.

[Via Apartment Therapy]

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