Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2019, is open for the 58th tour season. Located about 90 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, Fallingwater opened to the public for its first house tour in 1964 and has welcomed a diverse range of visitors from around the world.
Fallingwater, designed by Wright in 1935, is open to the public as a house museum and is also designated as a National Historic Landmark and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Treasure.
Fallingwater will offer exterior and interior tour experiences, guided and self-guided, to visitors along with other tour options from March 6 through the end of 2021. Advance ticket purchase is strongly encouraged to schedule tours. Visit Fallingwater.org or call Fallingwater Visitor Services at 724-329-8501 for more information or to purchase tickets.