Fallingwater Opens For Long Visit Program
The iconic Fallingwater is one of the most recognizable Frank Lloyd Wright homes. The home built in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania and constructed partly over a waterfall, has been open for tours for years. But now you can experience the home in a more intimate way. A new program, Insight Onsite at Fallingwater, lets a few visitors spend one full day and two evenings at the residence. The idea is that these lucky guests will know what its like to actually live in the home. Usually a guided tour lasts an hour or so but the Insight Onsite program allows guests to really get to know the home by lingering in its spaces. The experience costs $1,195. Up to eight people will arrive in the evening and be given an in-depth tour and then sleep overnight in a newer four-bedroom home built on the grounds for the accountant of the family that owned the property. The next day the visitors can explore Fallingwater, have lunch on the terrace and a dinner party at the house with curators. The program will be available on a few select weekends and may start in December or in early March when the house is normally closed.