The house casts a warm glow on summer evenings in this view from the overlook.

Glimpses from the birds-eye view reveal an expanse of inviting terrace spaces situated directly above the waterfall.

Mr. Kaufmann’s terrace, as viewed from the driveway above the house.

An early spring aerial view of the main house and guest houses.

Sun streams through the windows in this view from the living room towards the west terrace.

Bear Run, still unfrozen, flows underneath the house blanketed in snow.

The colors of fall frame the house in this classic view.

The cantilevered construction allows for an open living space that still feels warm and inviting during the cool autumn days.


Visiting In Jan. and Feb.

Fallingwater is closed for house tours in January and February due to annual preservation work and will reopen March 4, 2017. Grounds passes are available daily, weather permitting. Book your 2017 tour tickets online now.

A Unique Experience

Imagine experiencing Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater the way the Kaufmann family did: relax on the terrace, enjoy dinner, engage in lively conversation in the living room and journal at a Wright-designed desk.  Join us for one of our Insight/Onsite sessions in 2017

Photography Workshop

Attention High School Students: participate in a workshop this summer with Andrew Pielage, an artist-in-residence at the Fallingwater Institute who has photographed more than forty Frank Lloyd Wright sites around the country.