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© Circa 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York). All Rights Reserved.

America’s most famous architect reveled in the natural beauty of his home state of Wisconsin.

This 200-mile trail through southern Wisconsin features nine sites chosen to provide architectural enthusiasts and casual visitors with a rich exposure to Wright’s genius.

Discover the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail
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Wright’s built designs on the trail include the SC Johnson Administration Building, Research Tower, Wingspread, Burnham Block, Monona Terrace, Unitarian Meeting House, Wyoming Valley School, A.D. German Warehouse, and the many buildings that comprise the 800-acre Taliesin property, including the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center at Riverview Terrace.

Visitors can enjoy the many dining, hiking, arts, and cultural offerings along the trail in Madison, Milwaukee, Racine, Richland Center, and Spring Green.

“WHY I LOVE WISCONSIN” By Frank Lloyd Wright

“And I come back from the distant, strange, and beautiful places that I used to read about when I was a boy, and wonder about; yes, every time I come back here it is with the feeling there is nothing anywhere better than this is.

“More dramatic elsewhere, perhaps more strange, more thrilling, more grand, too, but nothing that picks you up in its arms and so gently, almost lovingly, cradles you as do these southwestern Wisconsin hills.”


Tour the Trail

Explore nine captivating sites in Southern Wisconsin on the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail. Begin your journey by downloading our brochure.



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