The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio tour is a chance to explore the personal and professional spaces of one of the most iconic architects of all time. This unusual complex served as his primary residence and workspace for the first 20 years of his career, during which he created the Robie House, the Larkin Building, and Unity Temple. This is a must-see attraction for any fan of art and architecture.
If you’ve ever been fascinated or inspired by any of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic designs – from “Fallingwater” to his stained glass work, you can’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about this famous architect. The complex that hosts his home and studio is surrounded by the largest concentration of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings in the world. In addition to 29 of his own buildings, you’ll also find a variety of Victorian-style and prairie School homes. The historic district surrounding the Home and Studio has the greatest number of Wright-designed homes anywhere. These self-guided and docent-guided tours are the best way to explore all of the architectural marvels this Oak Park complex has to offer.
Present your pass at the Home and Studio Museum Shop for a place on the next available tour.
Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, New Year’s Day and the last week in January for preservation activities.
All holiday hours are subject to change without notice.
Please call or consult the website flwright.org for detailed tour information. Tours of the Home and Studio are very popular! Arrive before noon for your best chance to see the house without a long wait. Advance reservations are not available with your pass.
Tip:Tours often sell out early on holidays and weekends, especially April-October. Wheelchair access is limited to the Studio. Groups of 10 or more must purchase a private group tour from the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust at (312) 994-4040 or email@example.com. Your pass may not be used for groups of 10 or more.
CTA: Take the westbound Green Line L train to the Oak Park Ave. station. Walk under the tracks and go north on Oak Park Ave. to Chicago Ave. Turn left (west) onto Chicago Avenue and walk 2.5 blocks to the Home and Studio.
Metra: Take the Union Pacific West Line train to the Oak Park station. Walk north on Marion Street to Chicago Avenue. Turn right (east) on Chicago Avenue and walk one block to the Home and Studio.