Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Estate
Considered to be one of the finest achievements of the Prairie architecture period, Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House is a definite must-visit location for any architecture lovers in your group.
This estate was built between 1903 and 1905, the entire complex containing 5 different interconnected buildings designed as a unified composition. During your visit, your group will be able to walk around the home and learn all about Frank Lloyd Wright's innovative design concepts that overall went on to define the Prarie architecture style. See the main 1st-floor rooms within the Martin House during your tour, as well as the conservatory, pergola, and carriage house. See various furniture pieces, glass art, and light fixtures designed by wright himself and experience the 'harmony of Wright's nature-inspired architecture and landscape' as well as the pioneering methods used in the construction of this home.
Within the museum, your group can also check out artifact collections in categories such as Furnishings and Decorative Objects, Japanese Print Collection, Art Glass Collection, and Artifacts and Archival Collections. A favorite of many guests is the Art Glass Collection, which contains just under 400 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed panels of art glass such as doors, windows, pier cluster casements, skylights, lay lights, and sidelights.
*If you enjoy this attraction be sure to check out the Frank Lloyd Wright Graycliff Estate nearby as well.