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Perched on a rock above a gushing waterfall, this historic house was built for a Pittsburgh family by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s, ingeniously designed to blend harmoniously into the tranquil and beautiful woods around it.
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Loved the tour of the home. It started to rain while we were visiting, and OH BOY how amazing was the sound of the rain and the waterfall at the same time! Truly a remarkable place, would love to visit and tour the home again.
This was somewhere I've dreamed of visiting for decades, finally getting was no disappointment. from the moment you are greeted at the gate, the staff is friendly and personable. everyone goes out of their way to make you feel welcomed. The guides are well versed...More
Our family has talked about visiting this iconic home and we finally had the chance this Holiday season. The place is as magical as all the photos you've seen. We took the basic tour which is likely about right for most folks. Our guide was...More
We love visiting the houses of Frank Lloyd Wright and we can learn from each house. Especially in Wisconsin and Chicago area. We visited many of them, but this one was exceptional in the wonderful combination of nature and architecture. The little details of construction,...More
I have been a fan of Wright's forever and even though I've lived in IL/WI all my life this was my first visit to one of his homes. I was inspired and pleased with the legends being true to life. I took the private morning...More
I've always heard about the majestic beauty and original design of this home, and I'm glad I finally got to see it first-hand, and in the fall of the year no less. The color change really enhanced the visit. If you're thinking about seeing it,...More
Such a beautiful home by visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright! Amazing that in the 30's he designed things for this home that are still thought of as "trendy" today! The home is built into the existing mountain landscape. I just can't say enough about it!
We are fortunate here in my hometown of Buffalo NY to have several Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes
But nothing could prepare me for the beauty of Fallingwater in the Laurel Highlands of PA
Not too far from Pittsburgh, the setting is Idyllic
It has been a life long dream to visit this magnificent place and sure enough it failed to disappoint. The house, guest house and visitor center was absolutely marvelous. Our guide, Henry Moore made our tour even more interesting and enlightening. I am so glad...More
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I would try to stay in Uniontown. It's closer to the destination which for me is a big plus. I hate spending 3/4 of my time traveling. I secondly think that the rates there are a more reasonable as well... Connellsville... More
I would try to stay in Uniontown. It's closer to the destination which for me is a big plus. I hate spending 3/4 of my time traveling. I secondly think that the rates there are a more reasonable as well... Connellsville only has one hotel, the rest are B & B's. You also have the option to stay in the Chalkhill, Ohiopyle, and Nemacolin are. These are also pretty reasonable price hotels, resorts, and B & B's....Ohiopyle is really nice, just a lot to do overall, and well placed to be in the center of everything. Keep it in mind and I would suggest perusing the area for neat little finds in lodging before making a final decision.