Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust
951 Chicago Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302
Price of admission: Adults $12; Youth 11-18, Seniors (65+) $10; Children (4-10) $5; Children under 4 FREE
Website - 708-848-1976
Experimenting with forms and materials, Frank Lloyd Wright developed a distinctly American form of architecture. The forward-thinking Wright began his career in Oak Park, Illinois, and came to be recognized as one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century. Every structure he created was informed by his belief that beautifully designed buildings make a difference in our lives.
More than one hundred years ago, Frank Lloyd Wright sparked an architectural revolution with the opening of his studio in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois. Every year thousands of tourists visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, and Wright’s Robie House on the University of Chicago campus. Both sites are National Historic Landmarks, managed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust as accredited museums.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust's mission is to engage the public in educational and aesthetic experiences to foster an appreciation of architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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