Nearby Wright Sites
Duncan House at Polymath Park
Experience Frank Lloyd Wright overnight at Wright’s Duncan House. Built in 1957 for Donald and Elizabeth Duncan, you will marvel at the fascinating journey of this house from its original location Lisle, Ill. to its current home in Polymath Park in Acme, Pa. Two other Wright-inspired houses, designed by Wright apprentice, Peter Berndtson, add to the architectural interest and historical appeal of Polymath Park.
Tours of the Duncan House at Polymath Park are available daily, except Wednesdays. Learn more about additional offerings at Polymath Park, including lodging options and the Treetops Restaurant.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the last decade of his career, Kentuck Knob is nestled high in the western Pennsylvania mountains 7 miles south of Fallingwater. The hexagonal Usonian home is constructed of native sandstone, tidewater cypress and copper, blending naturally with its surroundings in true Wrightian harmony. A must-see sculpture garden featuring more than 35 major works enhances the visitor’s experience, and a former greenhouse now serves as the visitor center with a gift shop and a café.
Book your tour of Kentuck Knob by visiting their website or calling 724-329-1901.
Reciprocal Membership Benefits
Do you have more Wright sites to check off of your bucket list? As a Friends of Fallingwater member, you receive reciprocal access to 30 additional Frank Lloyd Wright sites across the United States through the Frank Lloyd Wright National Reciprocal Sites Program.
The Frank Lloyd Wright National Reciprocal Sites Program includes 30 historic sites including Taliesin West, Hollyhock House, Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio and more. View a full list of reciprocal program sites - benefits vary from site to site.