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Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin Visitor's Center

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877-588-7900
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5607 County Highway C
Spring Green, WI 53588
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Hours

05/01 - 10/31

Taliesin Preservation, Inc. was created to preserve the buildings, artifacts, landscape, and legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright in Wisconsin. America's premier architect and Wisconsin's native son considered Spring Green his home, and he built and created an environment both beautiful and inspirational. The regular tour season run from May 1 through October 31 and includes five types of tours. Because the Taliesin Estate is privately owned, it is accessible only on a guided tour. Many of the tours sell out in advance. To make a reservation call 877-588-7900.

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  • Matt Ivory posted 2 months ago
    "Beatiful visitor center! I had some brief snacks from the resturant and they were great! Definitly going to come back and check out the rest of the buildings"
  • Randy Shaw posted 4 months ago
    "A very unique place, the tour seemed a little pricey to me but afterwards I'm glad I went on it"
  • Adam L posted 9 months ago
    "Went to the cafe. Limited menu at high prices. Food was good. Order at the desk and they bring it out to you. Overall a decent choice for a snack after or before a tour."
  • Pamela Aasen posted 10 months ago
    "Taliesen is Frank Lloyd Wright's home that he built in the valley where he grew up. It is built into the side of a hill and fits perfectly into the natural surroundings, which was Wright's intention. It blends indoor and outdoor spaces in a way which is really quite breathtaking. In addition to his usual signature touches, such as earth tones and lots of wood and stone, he has his collection of Japans and Chinese art at Taliesen. The result is an American interpretation of an Asian home in the country. The tour fee is fairly expensive, but it is worth it, and it goes to preserving this great American treasure."
  • Sandra Ashley posted 7 months ago
    "Liked the area & tour of FLW history. Didn't know there's a current architectural training going on still to this day."