Tours of Robie House are very popular! Arrive before noon for your best chance to see the house without a long wait. Advance reservations are not available with the Go Chicago Card.
The Robie House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his client Frederick C. Robie, is considered one of the most important buildings in the history of American architecture.
Designed in Wright's Oak Park studio in 1908 and completed in 1910, the building is both a masterpiece of the prairie style and renowned as a forerunner of modernism in architecture. Tours of the site offer both a first-hand experience of its amazingly contemporary spaces and the recent restoration work that has returned the house to its original appearance. It is also the perfect complement to your visit to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, and a must-see for any fan of architecture.
Present your pass at the Robie House Museum Shop for a place on the next available tour.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.
Please call or consult the website flwright.org or call 312-994-4000 for detailed tour information. Tickets are subject to availability, and there may be a wait. Advance reservations are not available with the Go Chicago Card.
Tip: Tours often sell out early on holidays and weekends, especially April-October. Wheelchair access is limited to the lower level. Groups of 10 or more must purchase a private group tour from the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust at (312) 994-4041 or email@example.com. The Go Chicago Card may not be used for groups of 10 or more.
Metra: Take the University Park Line. Exit train at 55th-56th-57th Street stop. Walk 5 blocks west on 57th Street to Woodlawn Avenue. Turn left (south) and walk one block to the Robie House.
CTA: Take the #6 Jackson Park Express bus from the northwest corner of State and Lake Streets or any of the following intersections on State Street: Washington, Monroe, Jackson, Van Buren, Wabash, Congress, or Harrison. Exit the bus at Stony Island Avenue and 57th Street. Walk six blocks west on 57th Street to Woodlawn Avenue. Turn south (left) on Woodlawn and walk one block to the Robie House.