Special Events at Fallingwater

In addition to a variety of engaging house tours, exhibitions and educational programs for students, teachers, lifelong learners and artists, Fallingwater also hosts special events, programs and lectures that are available for visitors to attend and open to the public. Currently, the following special events are available at Fallingwater.

Guests touring Fallingwater during Twilight Tour.

22nd Annual Twilight Tour

Saturday, August 26, 2017 from 6:30-10 p.m.

Experience Fallingwater as the sun sets over Chestnut Ridge during the 22nd Annual Twilight Tour and Concert, sponsored by Huntington Bank. Since 1995, this memorable event has allowed guests to leisurely tour the house and landscape at twilight while enjoying wine and hors d'oeuvres, followed by dinner and live music.

Buy your tickets today online or by calling Fallingwater Visitor Services at 724-329-8501 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Tickets are available until August 21, but please note this event sells out early.

Scott Perkins Presentation

Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150 Birthday Lecture Series

Select Thursdays in June, July and August at 2 p.m. 

In recognition and commemoration of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th anniversary of his birth and Wright’s remarkable contribution to domestic design, Fallingwater is presenting series of lectures in 2017 that focus on Wright’s homes and philosophy of organic architecture as sources of inspiration.

Visitors will learn more about the homes Wright designed for himself and how he used each to explore new ideas that would inform his other works. Plus, visitors will have the opportunity to obtaining a deeper understanding of the union of art and nature. Our summer lecture series takes place on Thursdays through August at 2 p.m. in the Hillman Education Pavilion located in the Visitors Center.

Speyer Gallery

Wright for Wright: The Experimental Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Homes

On view in the Speyer Gallery May through December 2017

Wright's three most personal designs—a home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois; a rural Wisconsin estate, Taliesin; and an Arizona desert sanctuary, Taliesin West—reflected an evolution of his organic architecture principles over a span of seven decades. You can visit this year's exhibition, "Wright for Wright," in Fallingwater's Speyer Gallery. Explore the important design aspects of each of Wright's homes as well as their function within Wright’s life and legacy.