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Taliesin - Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin Estate is truly among the world’s treasures. It is a 700-acre National Historic Landmark - home to six Wright-designed structures. A variety of tours are offered daily, May - October, and weekends in April and November, to fit each visitor’s level of interest and familiarity. Reservations recommended. Since 2008, Taliesin Preservation Inc has been successfully implementing educational arts and culture programs, utilizing Frank Lloyd Wright's home, Taliesin, as the inspirational backdrop. Please visit us online to view programs available. All tours begin and end at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center which houses the Taliesin Bookstore and Riverview Terrace Cafe. The Riverview Terrace Cafe has a warm & friendly atmosphere with windows that span the entire length of the building, giving an unforgettable view overlooking the scenic Wisconsin River. The cafe also has free Wi-Fi, open May-October.
Hours of Operation
All tours depart from the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, which is open 9 a.m. -6 p.m., 7 days a week, May 1 - October 31. The two-hour House Tour is also available in April and November on Fri, Sat and Sun at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center is located 2 miles (3 km) south of Spring Green, Wisconsin, at the intersection of Highway 23 and County Road C. More information on getting here is available here: http://www.taliesinpreservation.org/visitors-guide/getting-here
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