Join or Renew as a Friend of Fallingwater

Become a Friend of Fallingwater at the level that is most comfortable for you. Beginning at the $100 level, you’ll enjoy a suite of privileges and benefits at Fallingwater and through the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy as well.


Friend of Fallingwater - $100

As a member even at this entry level, you’ll receive a Friends of Fallingwater membership card (sent via postal mail) that entitles you to a variety of other exclusive benefits and privileges:

  • Four FREE one-time admissions to Fallingwater (as indicated on your membership card) Please note: By accepting free Fallingwater admissions, the tax-deductible portion of your gift is reduced by $80.00. You may elect to waive this benefit by checking the box indicated.
  • Reciprocal admission privileges to other Frank Lloyd Wright sites:

The Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York
The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois
The Kraus House in Ebsworth Park  in St. Louis, Missouri
The Gordon House in Silverton, Oregon
The Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, California
Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma
The Robie House in Chicago, Illinois
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, New York
The Stockman House in Mason City, Iowa
Taliesin in Spring Green, Wisconsin
Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona
The Westcott House in Springfield, Ohio
The Zimmerman House in Manchester, New Hampshire

  • 10% discount at the Fallingwater Museum Store and Cafe
  • Regular issues of our magazine CONSERVE
  • Notification of special events throughout the year
  • Recognition in our Annual Report


Friend of Fallingwater - $250 Patron

As a member at this generous level, you’ll receive a Friends of Fallingwater membership card (sent via postal mail) that entitles you to a suite of exceptional benefits and privileges:

  • Unlimited admission to Fallingwater for two members of your household during your membership year (as indicated on your membership card)
  • Reciprocal admission privileges to other Frank Lloyd Wright sites (see above)
  • 10% discount on purchases at the Fallingwater Museum Store and Cafe
  • See your support at work in regular issues of our magazine, CONSERVE
  • Recognition in our Annual Report


Friend of Fallingwater - $500 Benefactor

As a highly esteemed member at this generous level, you’ll receive a Friends of Fallingwater membership card (sent via postal mail) that entitles you to a suite of exceptional benefits and privileges:

  • Unlimited admission to Fallingwater for four members of your household during your membership year (as indicated on your membership card)
  • Reciprocal admission privileges to other Frank Lloyd Wright sites (see above)
  • 10% discount on purchases at the Fallingwater Museum Store and Cafe
  • See your support at work in regular issues of our magazine, CONSERVE
  • Recognition in our Annual Report


The Kaufmann Society

Annual giving society for donors who make gifts of $1,000 or more

Fallingwater’s unique location over the waterfall poses constant challenges to the welfare of the house and its contents.  As much as our resources allow, we must be vigilant and timely in repairing water and climate damage to the structure and the collection.  But visitor revenues cover only half of the funds needed to operate Fallingwater annually – to care for the house while realizing Edgar jr.’s vision of opening it to visitors and students.

Your gift of $1,000 or more will support the preservation of this masterpiece.  As a Kaufmann Society leadership giving member, you will receive special access to the house and  Western Pennsylvania Conservancy benefits, including

  • Unlimited admission to Fallingwater for four in your household;
  • Membership in the Frank Lloyd Wright Reciprocal Program, which includes free admission at 13 different Frank Lloyd Wright sites throughout the US;
  • Personal updates from the Director of Fallingwater about happenings here at Fallingwater.

Please consider joining today as a friend and leadership supporter of one of the world’s most important works of architecture. For more information on the Kaufmann Society, call 412.586.2336 or email development@paconserve.org.