Come for a lecture. Learn a new skill as a volunteer. Immerse yourself in a weekend of Frank Lloyd Wright. Have a thirst for knowledge? Fallingwater can help quench it.
If you’re passionate about Fallingwater, we welcome you to consider one of the volunteer opportunities available on-site. We rely on volunteers in countless ways. We invite you to use your skills in a rewarding setting with others who share your love of architecture and the great outdoors in a stimulating and one-of-a-kind environment.
Insight/Onsite: A Unique Experience
Insight/Onsite provides a rare opportunity for adults who seek a fresh perspective on arts and architecture. The three-day program is a one-of-a-kind opportunity which allows participants to contemplate and experience a masterpiece.
The Fallingwater Lectures Series presents a look at the people who created Fallingwater, the collections that grace the house, and designing in harmony with nature. Attend one of these lectures before or after your tour for just an additional $5. Friends of Fallingwater members may attend any of the lectures for free. Please contact Visitor Service, 724-329-8501 to register. Summer 2017 lecture dates and topics coming soon!
In collaboration with Laurelville Mennonite Church Center and Road Scholar, we offer weeklong explorations of Frank Lloyd Wright looking at 3 houses in the Laurel Highlands: Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob, and the Duncan House.
The 2017 program, "Frank Lloyd Wright: Revolutionary Contributions to Modern Architecture" is scheduled for April 9-13, May 21-25, and Sept 24-28. Please consult Road Scholar's website at www.roadscholar.org for more information.