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Pennsylvania: Explore Frank Lloyd Wright homes

August 22, 2011|By Mary Forgione | Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
  • The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania is 75 years old.
The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Fallingwater house in Pennsylvania is… (Courtesy Frank Lloyd Wright…)

History and architectural buffs will appreciate this October tour of Pennsylvania that highlights the works of Frank Lloyd Wright as well as historic buildings and art museums in Pittsburgh. The Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust leads this trip to the famed Fallingwater and other Wright-designed residences, the Kentuck Knob and the Duncan House. Other itinerary stops include the Balter and Blum houses designed by Peter Berndtson, H.H. Richardson's Allegheny County Courthouse and Henry Clay Frick's Union Arcade and more.

When: The tour takes place Oct. 1-4.

Price: $1,995 a person, based on double occupancy; $400 single supplement. The price includes two nights at theĀ Omni William Penn Hotel (built in 1916 for Frick) in Pittsburgh, one night at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, two lunches, two dinners, guides and entrance fees, and coach transportation. Airfare is extra.

Info: Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust's Wright Way Pennsylvania tour, (312) 994-4030.

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