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.




Fallingwater is a popular place to visit in the fall, and tours often sell-out on weekends. If you'd like to see Fallingwater while the leaves are changing, book your tour early! 

November - last tour begins at 3:30, grounds close at 5:00 p.m.






Now through Jan. 4 you can view never-before-seen photos of Fallingwater’s construction in the new exhibit "Fallingwater Renewed." These recently uncovered photos showcase Fallingwater during its construction from 1936 to 1939. The exhibit also explains how the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy continues to preserve the house and its artifacts.


The Fallingwater Advisory Committee is matching all donations to Fallingwater dollar-for-dollar. That means you have the chance to double the impact of your gift to Fallingwater by participating in the Fallingwater Challenge.