October 2-6 2020

5 days | Max 26 guests

Fallingwater

An Autumn Sonata

A triumphant celebration of Wright’s visionary organic architecture, and a landmark in 20th century architecture and design, Fallingwater stands as one of the most iconic buildings of Wright’s career. Join the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust and experience Fallingwater against the majestic autumn landscape of southwest Pennsylvania.

Start in Pittsburgh―a city full of architectural treasures, including notable buildings by H.H. Richardson, Daniel Burnham and Philip Johnson. Then, make your way through bucolic scenery to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Duncan and Lindholm houses, rescued from afar and re-built in Polymath Park. Enjoy a lecture and in-depth tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Fallingwater, and a private tour of Kentuck Knob, one of Wright’s last residential commissions―where we linger for an unforgettable farewell dinner. The four-night, five-day itinerary is packed with insider-access opportunities, including invitations to privately-owned homes by Wright apprentices. Enjoy expert guidance, luxurious accommodations and fine regional cuisine amidst the glorious fall colors of the Laurel Highlands.

$2,695 per person, double occupancy
Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Members: $2,495 per person, double occupancy
Single supplement: $595
Airfare not included

Full Itinerary

Destinations

Journey Includes

5 Days

Two nights at the Kimpton Monaco Pittsburgh
Two nights at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

4 Meals

  • 1 breakfast
  • 1 lunch
  • 2 dinners

7+ Tours

  • P&LE (Pittsburgh and Lake Erie) train station
  • Hulda and Louise Notz house
  • Lipkind House
  • Polymath Park
  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s Duncan House
  • R.W. Lindholm House
  • Fallingwater
  • Kentuck Knob

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  • Transportation by first-class, air conditioned bus
  • Departure transfer to the Pittsburgh Airport on Oct. 6
  • Resort fee at Nemacolin
  • Guides, lectures, entrance fees
  • Taxes and gratuities

In Your Own Words

All aspects of the tours I have taken with Travel Wright have been outstanding and far beyond my expectations. I look forward to traveling with you again in the future!!

Fallingwater: An Autumn Sonata

The hosts at the private homes were especially welcoming and it was so interesting to be able to understand what it is like to live in these houses. The quality of the guided tour at Fallingwater was truly outstanding, as was the content of the presentation. I appreciated that we never felt rushed at any of the houses.

Fallingwater: An Autumn Sonata

Last day was outstanding and grand finale was the farm to table dinner at Kentuck Knob. Amazing!!

Fallingwater: An Autumn Sonata

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