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