Have a thirst for knowledge? Fallingwater can help quench it. Come for a lecture. Learn a new skill as a volunteer. Immerse yourself in a weekend of Frank Lloyd Wright.
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 – at the information desk, assembling tours, at the café and museum store and in caring for the landscape. We invite you to use your skills with others who share your love of architecture and the great outdoors in a stimulating and one-of-a-kind environment.
Insight/Onsite provides a rare opportunity for adults who seek a fresh perspective on architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright’s legacy. The three-day program is a one-of-a-kind opportunity which allows participants to contemplate and experience Fallingwater though exceptional access to the building including dinner in the living room and one-on-one discussions with our curators and senior staff.
Each summer the Fallingwater Lecture Series examines a variety of topics related to Fallingwater, Wright’s ideas and influence and the history of the Kaufmann family. 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.
In collaboration with Road Scholar and the Laurelville Mennonite Church Center, we offer week-long explorations of Frank Lloyd Wright looking at three of his 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.