The mission of the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is to preserve and promote the house and its surrounding property as an architectural and design museum, educational center and public park. Our vision is to help ensure Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy and to serve as a focal point for educational activities relating to his work and architecture and design in general.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is not available for rentals.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park
120 North Ballas Road
Saint Louis, Missouri 63122
314 822 8359
- Janet Schoedinger, Chairman
- Liz Gibbons, Vice-Chairman
- Dr. William M. Fogarty Jr., Treasurer
- Isabel Ackerman, Secretary
- James Kolker, FAIA, Member-at-Large
- Joanne Kohn, Chairman Emerita
- Carol Darnall
- Kay Dusenbery
- Agnes Garino
- Liz Gibbons
- Karen Halla
- Clarence Harmon
- Anna B. F. Ives, AIA
- Joan Markow
- Laura McCanna
- Aaron Novack, AIA
- Thomas Ott
- Sue Rapp
- Jennifer Rapp
- Peter Shank
- Susan Sherman
- L. Mark Stacye
- Sissy Thomas
- Kathryn Feldt, Executive Director
- Lydia Nunes, Associate Director
Andrew George, Chromaka
The FLWHEP has several opportunities for you to become involved. Contact us at 314 822 8359 or email@example.com if you would like to learn more about volunteering.
The FLWHEP relies on a dedicated group of volunteer docents to provide tours of the house. Docents receive training on the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright and the design, construction, and restoration of the Kraus House. If you enjoy learning about history and architecture and sharing your knowledge with others, this is a wonderful volunteer opportunity for you.
Volunteers can help with the FLWHEP annual fundraising event as well as periodic educational programs for the St. Louis community.
Grounds and Landscaping
The FLWHEP has occasional needs for assistance in maintaining the 10.5-acre property in partnership with the St. Louis County Parks Department. Possible projects include weeding, watering, and removal of honeysuckle
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