Discount tickets available when you purchase a combination ticket with Woodlawn Plantation.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed this home as a model of Usonian architecture—the principle that people of moderate means deserved beautiful, well-designed homes. Made of cypress, brick, and glass, the house is intended to blend in with its natural surroundings, reflecting many of Wright’s important contributions to architecture. The furnishings were selected or designed by Wright. Your kids might be surprised how “modern” this house looks, despite the fact that it was built in 1940. After being saved from demolition, the house was moved to this site in 1964.There are picnic grounds on-site, and admission is free every June 8—Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday.