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I took the guided tour (pay ahead of time in the lobby store and then show up 5 minutes early for tour time to get your tour badge. It is a walking tour (inside and outside of the building) and you do get to climb...More
We visited the Rookery downtown which he renovated and then took the train to Oak Park to see his Unity Temple and his first home and studio. The tours of all three were critical to fully appreciating these sites and his genius. The studio/home is...More
I took this trip since it seemed to include the most attractions for one price. I believe it was $150 for a seven hour tour which also included lunch. It included two guides as well as a representative of the FLW Trust. We started at...More
This was an all day tour including lunch. It started at The Rookery, which although not designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, had been refurbished by him so any FLW followers would recognise the architectural traits of the architect. The tour then went out to Oak...More
I enjoyed this basic tour of Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio. This was my first introduction to Wright and his work and this one-hour tour was informative and interesting.
The place was jam-packed on the day we visited. Still, group sizes were limited appropriately....More
We did the three hour tour of the house and studio plus a walk through the neighborhood ending at Unity Church. Our guide , Felix was very knowledgable and personable. After the house and studio tour we had a fifteen minute break to sit down...More
The volunteer guide was very knowledgable and gave us lots of interesting facts about this FLW refurbishment. The Trust gave us their all but because I found the work uninspiring it left me disappointed
The self guided tour of the neighborhood is interesting if the weather is nice....they are not all FLW homes of course...just kind of a hodge podge of architecture....can only see the exterior of the homes. The guided tour of the FLW family home is interesting....sadly...More
This tour is great. The guides have wonderful knowledge of Wright and others that worked for him and are eager to share with you. We both thought it was an excellent tour and plan to do it again. The Robie House was our favorite.
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As you have only a short time. I would suggest that you take a cab out to Oak Park where you can visit the museum and Unity Temple which are quite close to each other. The museum is actually one of his houses so a very good... More
As you have only a short time. I would suggest that you take a cab out to Oak Park where you can visit the museum and Unity Temple which are quite close to each other. The museum is actually one of his houses so a very good example of his architecture and prairie houses.