Wright Public Sites

Although the majority of Frank Lloyd Wright's remaining structures are still in operation as single family homes, there are over 40 that are currently open to the public. Some, such as Beth Sholom Synagogue in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and Unity Temple in Oak Park, Illinois were always intended to be used as public sites while others, such as the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York and the newly restored Westcott House in Springfield, Illinois have been reopened as house museums. Others, such as the Seth Peterson Cottage in Lake Delton, Wisconsin and the Louis Penfield House in Willloughby, Ohio are even available for overnight stays.

The Conservancy is proud to announce two more sites to this list: the B. Harley Bradley House (Wright in Kankakee) and the Wyoming Valley School.

Plan your next visit by exploring the full lists below:

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