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June 8-17 2024

Morris to Mackintosh

British Arts and Crafts

Enjoy exclusive access and curator-led tours of buildings and collections that represent the very best of the British Arts and Crafts movement in London, Glasgow and the Cotswolds, where the Arts and Crafts movement flourished at the turn of the last century.
$8,995 | $8,495 Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members

September 6-8 2024

Divine Nature

Wright and the American South

Join the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust on an inaugural journey filled with Art, Architecture and Nature. Enjoy the waning days of summer on this two-night, three-day weekend getaway, which includes a private dinner at Crystal Bridges, lunch at the privately owned Faubus House, and more.
$2,195 |
$1,995 Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members 

October 6-13 2024

Italian Interlude

Wright in Fiesole

Stay at historic hotel and enjoy curator-led tours, Roman and Tuscan cuisine, and breathtaking scenery on this special inaugural journey to Italy.
$8,795 |
$8,295 Frank Lloyd Wright Trust members 

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Travel Wright journeys offer once-in-a-lifetime cultural experiences in the United States and around the world. Our travelers enjoy exclusive access to museums and cultural heritage sites, with curator presentations, behind-the-scenes tours, private viewings and more. Travel Wright journeys include the hospitality of the finest hotels, the best native cuisine, and expert Frank Lloyd Wright Trust guides.

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In Your Own Words

This was our first ever group tour. It was far better than we imagined. All three leaders went well beyond our expectations. Each stop showed us something interesting related to the Arts & Crafts theme.

Morris to Mackintosh: British Arts and Crafts | June 2017

Normally we don’t go on tours but these are a wonderful exception: excellent programs, congenial groups. So glad Risa has returned. We’ll be back!

Morris to Mackintosh: British Arts and Crafts | September 2013

Yes, I would travel with you again because this, like other trips have been excellent, even more than I expected. The sites picked were excellent for showing the Arts & Craft Movement, and the local experts made it extra special, something you would not have experiences if you traveled on your own to these sites. I felt our three guides for the trip did an excellent job to make things run smoothly. This is what I call a “special interest” tour and it achieved its purpose to the fullest. I will look forward to future tours with the Trust.

Morris to Mackintosh: British Arts and Crafts | April 2024