Come visit one of the world's most significant architectural structures! The Wall Street Journal says that Fallingwater "surprises and inspires; Wright has pushed far beyond convention to rethink not only design and construction, but also the relationship of built space and the natural world, and even the nature of domestic life. The American Institute of Architects voted Fallingwater the Building of the Century in 2000; a national landmark and popular tourist destination, it is an acknowledged masterpiece."
The key to the house is its setting–a natural rock ledge on a waterfall. Presented to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in 1963, Fallingwater is the only remaining great Wright house with its setting, original furnishings, and artwork intact. More than two million people have visited Fallingwater since it opened to the public in 1964.
For a more leisurely, less-crowded tour, we suggest visiting Fallingwater on weekdays. Reservations are required to guarantee admission. During periods of high visitation, exact tour times cannot be guaranteed. Two-hour in-depth tours are also offered at 8:30 a.m. by reservation only. Fallingwater is open for 45-minute guided tours from April 1 through November every day, except Monday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. From December 1 through March 31, it is open for weekend tours (weather permitting).
Route 381 South
Mill Run, PA 15464
Handicap Access? Y