You Can Now See 20 Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings And Houses Online With Free Virtual Tours

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Frank Lloyd Wright has created some serious architectural gems all over the country.

But if you can’t hop on a flight or take a road trip right now, you’re in luck. You can now take virtual tours of 20 of Wright’s stunning buildings.

The tours are available thanks to the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, along with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Unity Temple Restoration Foundation.

The initiative is using the hashtag #WrightVirtualVisits and will include short video tours every Thursday morning through July.

“These tours will help each site’s social media followers discover and experience new places, and raise public awareness for all of these important landmarks,” according to the announcement.

These are the sites that will be offering virtual tours:

We encourage you to follow all these sites on social media. Most sites are participating every week, so check back each Thursday for new #WrightVirtualVisits.

Sites participating on a limited basis, rather than every week, are marked with a *.

  • Beth Sholom Synagogue
  • Emil Bach House
  • Fallingwater
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Trust
  • Gordon House
  • Graycliff
  • Hollyhock House
  • Kraus House
  • Laurent House
  • Martin House
  • Monona Terrace
  • Muirhead Farmhouse
  • Samara
  • Seth Peterson Cottage
  • Taliesin
  • Taliesin West
  • Unity Temple
  • Westcott House
  • Willey House

Some of these buildings are truly gorgeous. Just look at that ceiling:


And these clean lines:


And wow, what a waterfall:


Wright was best known for his distinctive Praire style of architecture, which he is credited with popularizing. This virtual home tours offer a window into this American icon, which is pretty cool.

What’s your favorite style of architecture? Are you into the modern design or do you like a more traditional style?

Let us know in the comments!