The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust of­fers tours of five prop­er­ties in Chicago and Oak Park de­signed by the ar­chi­tect.

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Though the famed ar­chi­tect Frank Lloyd Wright passed away in 1959, ex­am­ples of his ge­nius work in the Prairie School move­ment can be seen all around Chicago and Oak Park. The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust leads ex­pertly guided tours by bus or bike of five of these sites through­out the sum­mer, in­clud­ing the Emil Bach House (pic­tured), the Fred­er­ick C. Ro­bie House (with new rooms open af­ter ren­o­va­tions), the Unity Tem­ple, the Rook­ery Light Court and the de­signer’s own home and stu­dio. Times and prices vary. www.flwright.org/tours.

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