• Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio

    The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio (1889/1898) served as Wright's private residence and workplace from 1889 to 1909—the first 20 years of his career. Wright used his home as an architectural laboratory, experimenting with design concepts that contain the seeds of his architectural philosophy.
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  • The Rookery

    Set in the heart of Chicago’s financial district, at 209 South LaSalle Street, Daniel Burnham and John Root’s Rookery Building is a Chicago landmark, containing a luminous and brilliantly articulated central light court remodeling by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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  • Unity Temple

    Unity Temple is undergoing restoration and is closed to the public. Tours will resume at the conclusion of the restoration project, estimated to be in late 2016. Please return to this site for information.

    Unity Temple is Frank Lloyd Wright’s only surviving public building from his Prairie period. Limited by a modest budget and an awkward site, Wright created a bold design and used unconventional materials to produce one of his most significant accomplishments.

  • Frederick C. Robie House

    The Robie House on the University of Chicago campus is considered one of the most important buildings in the history of American architecture. It was created by Frank Lloyd Wright for his client Frederick C. Robie, a forward-thinking businessman. Designed in Wright's Oak Park studio in 1908 and completed in 1910, the building is both a masterpiece of the Prairie style and renowned as a forerunner of modernism in architecture.
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  • Bach House

    The richly conceived yet intimately scaled Bach House (1915) adopts the vocabulary of the Prairie house, but looks toward future stylistic directions in Wright’s work. Described as “semi-cubist,” its compact plan is a modification of Wright’s “fireproof house,” which was published in 1907 in Ladies Home Journal. The residence is being meticulously restored to its original appearance.
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  • Wright Plus Housewalk

    The annual Wright Plus Housewalk features rare interior tours of private homes and public buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and his contemporaries in Oak Park, Illinois.
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  • Pedal Oak Park

    Oak Park is home to the world’s largest collection of buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Explore its picturesque historic neighborhoods on a guided bicycle tour of 22 Wright-designed structures.
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  • Wright Around Chicago

    Chicago is where the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright spent the first 20 years of his career. Leave the driving to us as you experience the best of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Chicago with expert commentary about the life and work of the man who established a uniquely American style of architecture, and interior tours of his famous sites.
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  • Oak Park Combination Tour

    Planning to tour the Home and Studio and the surrounding historic district during your visit to Oak Park? Choose our Oak Park Combination Tour to save time and money.
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  • Wright Around Oak Park

    This in-depth tour showcases the very best of Wright in Oak Park in the company of an expert guide. Enjoy visits to the Home and Studio, through the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District, and Unity Temple.
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  • Wright in the Region Day Trips

    See the range of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work in the region surrounding Chicago. Tours cover Wright’s early Prairie style in Kankakee, the innovative architect’s approach to Mid-century Modern in Rockford, and his vision for a corporate campus in Racine.
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  • ADA 25 Chicago Program Partner

    The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is proud to partner with ADA 25 Chicago in recognition of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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