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Fallingwater Reopens for 56th Tour Season March 9
One of the best examples of 20th century American architecture, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater reopens for the 56th tour season on Saturday, March 9. Last year, visitors from around the world toured the house. And starting soon, you can, too via a variety of guided house tours that provide insight into Wright’s architecture and design philosophy. This season continues an insightful exhibition in the Speyer Gallery highlighting Bear Run before Fallingwater was constructed. You can also enjoy a delicious seasonal menu in the Fallingwater Café and unique gift selections in the Museum Store during your visit. Learn more and book your Fallingwater tour today! 

“A one of a kind structure that must be experienced in person. Beautiful landscape and the building itself meshes into the natural setting.”
- John Ginty, a 2018 Fallingwater visitor

Specialty Tours Offer Unique Fallingwater Experiences 

In addition to our traditional hour-long guided house tours, we also offer a variety of specialty tours each year that provide a more detailed tour experience that helps you gain a deeper understanding of Fallingwater. Perfect for a Mother’s or Father’s Day gift, the Brunch and Sunset tours include a light meal on a private terrace at Fallingwater and permit interior photography.

Learn more about these tours. >

Teachers Can Create Fallingwater-Inspired Curricula

“This experience brought new life to my teaching and was by far the most fulfilling, productive and worthwhile professional development I have ever attended," said Amanda Milz, a teacher from Philadelphia who participated in our Teacher Residency Program in 2016. Using evaluation and creative problem solving strategies through architecture, the program helps teachers create interdisciplinary, problem-based learning activities and projects to meet 21st century curriculum standards.

Registration is now open for the next session that begins on Sat., July 6. >
World Heritage Nomination Update 

Fallingwater is one of eight major works by Frank Lloyd Wright nominated to UNESCO's World Heritage List, along with the Guggenheim Museum in New York and Robie House in Illinois. The nomination represents the best of Wright’s architecture during his 70-year career.


Caring for the Fallingwater Collection 

The Fallingwater Collection includes 2,700 items, each with uniqueness in style, culture and history that represented the Kaufmann family. The care for many of these treasured items takes skill from a team of professionals dedicated to ensuring Fallingwater’s authenticity and integrity. 

Learn more and help us preserve Fallingwater. >

Inspired by Fallingwater, Volunteer and Member Gives Back  

There are few people as passionate about Fallingwater as Dan Bonga. Personally experiencing Fallingwater as a young design student in 1968 changed his life. Today, Dan is a retired art teacher and a Fallingwater member, volunteer and advocate.

Read his story and let us know if you’re interested in volunteering, too! >  

How Well Do You Know the Fallingwater Collection? 

We’ve assembled a few photos to test your knowledge of items in the Fallingwater Collection. Some things you may have noticed during your tour or others from social media photos. At first glance, the items might be hard to decipher, so will you be able to guess what they are? We’ll reveal the answers and locations of the pieces throughout the house.

Take the quiz today and share your results with us on Instagram or Facebook! >

Store Featured Item: Fallingwater Note Card Set

Perfect for gift giving or to share your favorite memory of Fallingwater with others, the Fallingwater Note Card Set is back in stock! Beautifully repackaged using a fall photo of the house at dusk, the boxed set includes 20 cards that feature five different views of the house. Each card is blank and comes with an envelope for your personalization and convenience.

Purchase this card set online today for just $20! >

“I have had a desire to come to Fallingwater for a long time,
and when I finally was able to visit, it did not disappoint.”
- Meghan Hawk, a 2018 Fallingwater visitor

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