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Taliesin Preservation is responsible for access to the estate and a Taliesin Preservation representative will accompany all visitors onto the estate. Taliesin Preservation conducts a public tour program every day May through October, prior permission is required, since access to the estate involves special scheduling, staff coordination and, in many cases, the signing of legal agreements. Off-season site access is at the complete discretion of Taliesin Preservation.

Interior photography is restricted on the Taliesin grounds in Wisconsin. Exceptions may be considered in regard to interior photography, but is at the complete discretion of Taliesin Preservation. Stock images are available upon request. 

Site Access for Media

When contacting Taliesin Preservation, please be prepared to provide the following information:

  • Format of request (photography/video/interview)
  • Reason for request (magazine/newspaper/television/radio/internet)
  • The desired time frame of visit
  • Publication or airdate

Site Access for Scholars/Researchers

When contacting Taliesin Preservation, please be prepared to provide the following information:

  • The format of the request (photography/interview) 
  • Reason for request
  • Is on-site access to the Taliesin estate required? (If so, an agreement with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation will need to be signed.)
  • The desired time frame of visit (if applicable)
  • Date of publication, lecture, etc.


Media, scholars or researchers who wish to interview Taliesin Preservation staff or Taliesin residents do need to sign an interview agreement. Preservation and historic specialists employed by Taliesin Preservation are available for interviews about Taliesin in Spring Green either in person, via phone or e-mail. Please contact us to arrange this.


Signed agreements are required for photography, video, and interviews conducted on the Taliesin estate. Agreements must be signed by the media/artist/scholar and Taliesin Preservation.

Site Access Fee

An access fee may be charged based on the scope of use, project, staff time, or other costs that may be incurred in order to accommodate media, personal or educational access. Access fees are decided upon by Taliesin Preservation and must be paid prior to site access and included in the access agreement.

Contact Info:

Taliesin Preservation
Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center
Aron Meudt-Thering, Communications Developer
5607 County Road C
Spring Green, Wisconsin 53588
(877) 588-7900

Media Coverage

"Roads Traveled: Dining at Taliesin celebrates local bounty" | Kenosha News

"Do one, learn, one, teach one" | Isthmus

'How, then, shall we eat?' Odessa Piper launches new artisan food program at Taliesin | The Cap Times

Retracing the designs of Frank Lloyd Wright | The Tribune Star

Taliesin to host 3 farm dinners beginning August 27 | The Star

Racine designer exhibits historic Frank Lloyd Wright photos in Spring Green | The Journal Times

Take A Wisconsin Architecture Road Trip this Summer | Milwaukee Magazine

For Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th, Tours, Exhibitions and Tattoos | New York Times  

A Constant State of Rebirth | Brava Magazine 

The Wright Way  | Midwest Home Magazine

Intervention Approaches at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin: A Preservation Case Study | Docomomo US, Allison Semrad. April 2017

The Wright Stuff: Wisconsin Home to Frank Lloyd Wright | Travel Wisconsin, Judy Frankel, April 2017.

Events, trail celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th Birthday | Washington Post, By Beth J. Harpaz, AP. February 2017

Wisconsin establishes its own Frank Lloyd Wright Trail | The Architects Newspaper, By Mathew Messner. February 2017

Editors' Picks: 20 of the Best Things to Do in Wisconsin! | American Towns Media, February 2017