Tour tickets for the 2020 season are now on sale. Weekend tours begin Friday, April 3rd and daily tours begin Friday, May 1.
Taliesin Preservation welcomes the media, scholars, researchers, film crews, and corporate photo shoots to the Taliesin estate. A Taliesin Preservation representative will accompany all visitors onto the estate at all times. Taliesin Preservation conducts tours everyday May-October and Taliesin is still a private residence. Access to the estate involves special scheduling, staff coordination, a signed photography/videography agreement, and access fees as well as a 48-hour advance notice.
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 media agreements are required for photography, video, and interviews conducted on the Taliesin estate. Agreements must be signed by the media/artist/scholar prior to arriving at Taliesin.
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.
Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center
Aron Meudt-Thering, Communications Developer
5607 County Road C
Spring Green, Wisconsin 53588
(877) 588-7900, Ext. 221
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“Roads Traveled: Dining at Taliesin celebrates local bounty” | Kenosha News
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