Frank Lloyd Wright Trust

More than one hundred years ago, Frank Lloyd Wright sparked an architectural revolution with the opening of his studio in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois. Every year, thousands of tourists visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, and Wright’s Robie House on the University of Chicago campus. Both sites are National Historic Landmarks, managed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust as accredited museums. A third National Historic Landmark, The Rookery Building in downtown Chicago, is where the Preservation Trust opened its central offices in December 2010. Programs and tours for students, families and adults are offered at all three sites. The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust's mission is to engage, educate and inspire the public through architecture, design and the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, and to preserve the Trust's historic sites and collections.

Membership Category: 
Founding Member
Address: 
209 South La Salle Street #118
Chicago,  Illinois  60604
United States
(312) 994-4000
Founding Date: 
1974
Number of Employees: 
51-200 employees
Programs: 
Dedicated Programming Space
Exhibitions
K-12 Design Education
Lectures/Public Programs
Shops/Retail
Tours
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