Summary: Listings and information about Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and other Pennsylvania buildings.
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The links on this page were last updated and verified during the November 2002

This web page contains listings for all 6 existing Frank Lloyd Wright Pennsylvania sites (including one now located in England and one originally located in Minnesota), and also a listing for a project never completed.
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This listing of links to Pennsylvania-related Frank Lloyd Wright web sites is dominated by Fallingwater (the Edgar Kaufmann house) located in the southwest part of the state. There are about dozens of links for Fallingwater, containing a wide variety of photos, experiences, reviews, essays, and tour information. There are 6 Frank Lloyd Wright sites in Pennsylvania, and all but one are open to the public. The image shown here is from the Tourism, Recreation and Sports in PA's 12th District Page at the U.S. House of Representatives site.

This web page is part of the All-Wright Site - Frank Lloyd Wright Building Guide (part of the All-Wright Site), which contains geographically organized listings of Wright's works in many states.

  • Introduction
  • Tour Information
  • Fallingwater Books
  • Links to Official, Semi-Official, and News Sites
  • Links to General Interest Sites
  • Links to Image and Art Sites
  • Links to Tourist Experience Sites
  • Links to Computer Graphics Sites
  • Links to "Inspired by Fallingwater" Sites
  • Links to Other Fallingwater Sites
    Other Pennsylvania Buildings:
  • Little House
  • Kaufman Office
  • Suntop Homes
  • Hagan House
  • Beth Sholom Synagogue
  • The Point
    "Fallingwater", Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. House, Ohiopyle (also listed as Bear Run or Mill Run), Pennsylvania, 1935.
    This dramatic cantilevered structure built over a waterfall has been called the most famous private residence in the world. It is now open to the public, and is a major tourist attraction, and part of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. There is a lot more to be said about this house, and a lot can be found in the following links to books and websites. This building is far and away the best represented of any Wright building on the Web. Sites include a Penn and Teller page, a university project that build a one-millionth scale model, tourist pages, extensive photographical studies, and Spam Haiku.

    Tour Information From an advertisement in the December 1998 issue of Preservation magazine: Fallingwater is open for tours Tuesday through Sunday, April to mid-November, 8:30 am to 4:00 PM. The house is located 3.5 hours from Washington, D.C; 2 hours from Pittsburgh, PA on Route 381, 4 miles south of Mill Run [Pennsylvania]. Admission: $12 on weekends and $8 on weekdays. In-depth and childrens tours are also available by reservation.
    Reservations Essential: 724-329-8501
    Note: This web page is not officially associated with Fallingwater, and might not have the most up to date tour information. Please call the above number to verify information before making a trip to Fallingwater.

    Official, Semi-Official, and News Fallingwater Books: General Interest Fallingwater Sites Image and Art Pages Tourist Experiences Computer Graphics

    Other Pennsylvania Buildings

    Library from Francis W. Little House "Northhome" (#173), Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
    This large Prairie house used to be on Lake Minnetonka near Minneapolis. The library is now part of the collection at the Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and the 55-foot living room is part of the collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

    Edgar J. Kaufmann Office, 1935-1937, Pittsburgh, PA
    Mr. Wright designed this office for the Fallingwater client, owner Edgar J. Kaufmann. This office is now on public display as part of the Victoria and Albert Museum in England.

    Suntop Homes, Ardmore, Pennsylvania, 1938

    Hagan House (#377), Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania, 1954

    Beth Sholom Synagogue (#373), Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, 1959

    The Point (Never built), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Click here to see a photo of the actual site as it looks now.

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