See the architectural work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Open since 1964, Fallingwater is a stunning home located in southwestern Pennsylvania. This was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright back in 1935 for the Kaufmann family. The Kaufmann's used it as a vacation home and it has since been donated and set apart as a museum for the public to enjoy. Book ahead of time to ensure you'll be able to come at a time that best suits your needs. Choose from the Self-Guided Exterior Experience, Guided Architectural Tour, Sunset Tour, Brunch Tour, or Family Field Trip. Photography is allowed in certain parts of Fallingwater, but recordings are prohibited. There are lots of rhododendrons outside Fallingwater, and these tend to bloom around late June through early July.
Fallingwater sits on top of a natural waterfall and features local sandstone material, perfectly integrating the building with its natural surroundings. This is one of Wright's most renowned works and is found within the Bear Run Nature Reserve. It is also a national historic landmark and is definitely worth the trip for anyone traveling through southwestern Pennsylvania. Please note that public restrooms are found at the visitor center and any photographs you take are permitted for personal use only. If you come in the summer, Fallingwater tours are ideal during the cooler hours of the morning.