Discover the architecture, landscaping, and furnishings of Taliesin as we tour both the interior and exterior of this historic home at a fast pace!
Adult – $40
Student, Senior & Military – $35
The meeting Location is the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center (Spring Green, WI).
The fast-paced One-hour House Tour explores Frank Lloyd Wright’s extraordinary home, designed and modified by the architect over nearly fifty years. This tour looks at two of the major spaces in Wright’s career, including the living quarters of Taliesin and his personal studio, where he designed many of his masterpieces, including Fallingwater.
A short shuttle ride will bring you to Taliesin, where you will traverse several key spaces in life of Wright, including:
Due to the fast pace of this tour, photography opportunities are limited.
Note that this tour is divided between the grounds and interiors, with approximately 15 minutes devoted to exterior exploration.
Due to staffing limitations, our May One-Hour House Tour schedule may vary. Please refer to our tour calendar for current availability.
The tours begin on the picturesque rural estate that has some unique characteristics. All tours require a significant amount of standing, stair climbing, and walking on uneven terrain. There are several series of steps and some with no handrails. Some exterior walkways consist of loose gravel or grassy pathways. There is no opportunity to leave the group should you wish to stay behind. Our public tours are not wheelchair accessible. We can arrange private accessible tours with three weeks’ notice. Please call directly for details. 877-588-7900 Ext 229. We share this information so that all guests may be fully prepared for what to expect.
Tour tickets are non-refundable, even if plans change due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are always able to reschedule a tour or provide a credit for a future tour. In the unfortunate event Taliesin Preservation cancels a tour or event, guests will be notified in advance and offered a full refund to the original payment method or a credit valid through the following tour season.