We are excited to have visitors return to the FLWHEP. The following adaptions have been made to ensure the safety of guests, volunteers, and staff:
Guided tours of the FLWHEP provide inside into the design, construction, and restoration of the Usonian-style home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1951. The docent-led tour highlights the Usonian-style features, unique floorplan, original furnishings, as well as the significance of the house in the context of Wright’s career and legacy. You’ll also learn about Russell Kraus, an artist, and his wife Ruth, an attorney and their inspiration and dedication to building the home.
$20 per adult
$10 per child (children must be 7 years or older)
Tours are free for members of the FLWHEP and with Frank Lloyd Wright Reciprocal Sites Membership. Please have your membership card to present at the time of your tour.
WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU VISIT
The FLWHEP has limited wheelchair accessibility. Individuals with mobility or other challenges should contact us at 314 822 8359 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange accommodations.