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The longer tour is pricey but absolutely worth it if you are really into frank Lloyd right, area history and architecture.
A must-go if you're in the Pittsburgh area!
What stunning architecture. A must see.
Worth every mile! Magic!
Even if you are not architecturally trained, this masterpiece by Frank Lloyd Wright is definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. Hey. I travel from Singapore to tick this off my bucket list!
Beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright home! Very knowledgeable tour guide.
The tour guide wasn't the greatest with info but the house is amazing & must see for those that like architecture & design.
Tour guides have some pretty good stories.
Make sure to make reservations for the inside of the house . Otherwise you can tour the grounds for $8.00.
Great place to visit
The in-depth tour where you can take photos
Named one of 12 landmarks that will change the way you see the world by Travel + Leisure magazine, this Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece is known as a 20th century architectural milestone.
Make certain to use the restrooms in the visitors center, you aren't permitted to use the restrooms in the house itself.
Love it! From 1936!
Allow ample time to walk around and enjoy the property. Pay the extra $$ and take the in depth tour, the only way you can photograph the inside. Absolutely worth it.
Named one of 12 landmarks that will change the way you see the world by Travel + Leisure magazine, revel in the beauty and enjoy a scenic tour with your loved one.
Beautiful any time of the year.
This Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece is known as a 20th century architectural milestone, celebrated worldwide and named 'Best American Building of the Last 125 Years.'
This Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece is known as a 20th century architectural milestone, celebrated worldwide and named “Best American Building of the Last 125 Years.”
Did you know that this is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most widely acclaimed works? It was built for the Kaufmann Depatment store family as their weekend home from 1937 to 1963.
One of Frank Lloyd Wright's most widely acclaimed works, was built for the Kaufmann Depatment store family as their weekend home from 1937 to 1963.
Remember to have reservations. I couldn't get in because I didn't have any!
Some say this is the 8th wonder of the world! Enough said.
If driving via Route 40, pay close attention to the turn at 318/Farmington-Ohiopyle Rd. It's EASY to miss and there are no heads-up signs to indicate you're anywhere near Fallingwater.
Did you know you can get married at the barn and get bride & groom photos on the balcony and at the view?
Did you know you can get marrier at the barn and get bride & groom photos on the balcony and at the view?
Lame save your money, tsa's rules are a god sent compares to this place. Kids are a huge threat apparently and cameras o my are weapons of mass destruction.
Absolutely worth the drive from Pittsburgh. Photos don't capture how beautiful it is here.
splurge for the in depth tour. and make sure to go on the paradise overlook hike!
Amazing. But make sure your memory works because they don't allow any photography inside.
Peeing ar Fallingwater seems ironic.
If you're checked in here, chances are, you aren't actually here. Getting cell reception is nearly impossible!
Take the early or late tours so you can take photographs... I did not :(
Tons of rhododendron on property. We went on July 3rd and all the flowers had come off - go earlier - the flowers would be awesome!
A historic piece of landscape and architecture
wonders of the world
Many pretentious people around, but the house is awesome. I've never seen anything like it. Just try to block out all the prissiness and you'll have a good time
While you're in the area, don't forget about the other FLW house Kentuck Knob. Very close by and much cheaper admission. Can easily do both in the same day.
Book tickets a couple of days ahead of time online for Thanksgiving weekend
The cafe is just ok. But there are better options for food in town.
For those who want to pick up the Lego architecture of the Falling Water, don't get it at the gift shop, it's a lot cheaper at barnes and noble :)
Check out one of the most unique homed in the world. (Yes, they’re cool with visitors.) There’s a waterfall in the house. What more do we need to say?
Ask the guide to point out the major works of art in the main and guest house There are two Picasso and two Diego Rivera paintings you should see.
Winter time is beautiful but some staircases off limits due to snow or ice.
Winter time visit is picturesque. But some areas are off limits due to ice and snow. But nothing major is missed.
Absolutely beautiful in the winter when there's snow on the ground. Stop by the cafe after your tour to warm up with a cup of coffee and a snickerdoodle.
Mid-October provides beautiful fall colors and mild temperatures. Definitely make a reservation in advance to avoid a long wait.
Fall is great time to visit. Allow 3 hours to tour house, grounds, lunch in cafe.
Beautiful! Beat the crowds and take the In-Depth Tour at 8:30am. Definitely worth it!
Absolutely worth seeing. My 14 year old son thoroughly enjoyed. Allow at least 2 hours for your visit.
If you have young children, go on the family tour at 1.30 pm. Reservations by phone only. Once a year, end of summer, there is a special twilight tour.
A must see if you are out this way.
Make sure you check out the famous view and also the less popular "birds eye view". Path is near the stairs for the visitor's center.
During the Summer, and especially on big weekends, make your reservations in advance using their website. Tours can fill up before noon!
DEFINITELY worth the drive... just gorgeous.