Peter A. Beachy House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1906)
A Wright masterpiece with typical Prairie elements blending Japanese influences.
Rollin Furbeck House (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1897)
A brilliant exploration of geometric shapes in an unusual vertical plane during Wright's experimental pre-Prairie period.
Charles E. Roberts House (Burnham & Root, 1885; Wright remodel, 1896)
A majestic Queen Anne with Wright’s hand evidenced in the extensive decorative woodwork.
Charles E. Roberts Stable (Wright, c. 1900; Charles E. White remodel, 1929)
A secluded Tudor Revival cottage, once a stable then garage adapted by White to a residence.
Stennett House (1885)
A grand Victorian with period ornamentation and adaptations for modern living.
Burton F. Hales House (Henry Fiddelke, 1904-5)
A grand Tudor Revival with Arts and Crafts features and various hardwood details throughout.
Herman W. Mallen House (George Washington Maher, 1905)
A grand Prairie-style home with impressive poppy pattern art-glass windows and meticulous historical restorations.
Edward McCready House (Spencer and Powers, 1907)
A lavish Prairie with eye-catching details, including shimmering earth-toned art glass.
First United Methodist Church of Oak Park (Tallmadge & Watson, 1925)
An impressive English Gothic Revival building featuring breathtaking Giannini & Hilgart stained glass windows.
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.
Buy tickets early and SAVE
Join us for a spectacular Wright Plus Architectural Housewalk on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Tour living spaces designed by Wright and his contemporaries, experience history and enjoy a festive day. See the lineup of featured homes in the slideshow above.
Many guests make it a full weekend of architecture and design experiences by attending programs surrounding the Housewalk. For the ultimate all-access invitation to one-of-a-kind architecture experiences, we offer the deluxe ULTIMATE PLUS WEEKEND PACKAGE and ULTIMATE SATURDAY.
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIERED TICKET RATES
Buy early for savings
|WRIGHT PLUS HOUSEWALK TICKET||FLWT Member||Non-member|
|January 3 – February 28||$80||$90|
A limited number of Fast Passes allows priority entry to each tour home without waiting in line.
|$500 + ticket||$500 + ticket|
|*Limit 4 tickets at member price.|
Not a member? Call 312.994.4000 x9 Monday through Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm Central Time.
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