Francis J. Woolley House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1893)
Discover the seeds of Wright's Prairie vision in this early design.
William G. Fricke House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1901)
This brilliant study in geometric shapes showcases distinctive wood banding and dramatic leaded glass windows.
William E. Martin House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1903)
A stunning composition featuring original murals and a reconstructed water garden.
Prime Prairie vision.
Barrett C. Andrews House (Tallmadge & Watson, 1906)
A splendid blend of Prairie and Arts & Crafts features, enhanced by a gorgeous two-story addition.
George D. Webb House (Henry K. Holsman, 1910)
A grand country home, distinguished by simple lines, elegant woodwork and original light fixtures.
George L. Smith House (John S. Van Bergen, 1914)
This hidden gem welcomes nature in with its expansive porch and ribbon windows.
A delightful expression of Prairie style.
Ernest P. Waud House (Tallmadge & Watson, 1914)
A light-filled Prairie home with hidden entry, open floor plan and inviting octagonal breakfast room.
Ashley B. Smith House (Robert E. Seyfarth, ca. 1925)
The stone exterior, slate roof and recessed dormers express this gracious home's charming French Eclectic style.
Wright Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889/1898)
An architectural laboratory for Wright's experiments with space.
Unity Temple (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905-08)
One of Wright’s most sophisticated accomplishments, declaring a new era of innovation in modern architecture.
Frederick C. Robie House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908-10)
A masterpiece of the Prairie style and an icon of modern architecture.
The Rookery Light Court (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1905-07)
Luminous light court represents one of Wright’s most dramatic interior compositions.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Oak Park, Illinois
Groups of 10 or more enjoy discounted group pricing for Wright Plus, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust’s internationally renowned annual architectural housewalk. Wright Plus features rare interior tours of private homes and landmark public buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries. It is the country’s premier housewalk, held in historic Oak Park, a Chicago suburb that has more Wright buildings than anywhere in the world and where the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio is also located.
This popular event is an extraordinary experience celebrating architecture, design and Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative vision. Our group tour specialist works to meet your group’s unique needs. Your guests tour spectacular architecture, experience history and share a festive day with visitors from around the world.
The Wright Plus Architectural Housewalk is on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
Tiered group rates – the earlier you reserve, the more you save
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To book a tour for your group, call 312.994.4041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Program subject to change due to unavoidable circumstances.