About Taliesin West
Known to American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, as “the top of the world,” we suggest seeing Taliesin West, now a national historic landmark, so you can judge for yourself. Established in 1937 as Wright’s winter home, it was built on a beautiful landscape of the surrounding McDowell Mountains. Take a guided tour to learn more about the architectural vision of Wright for Talesin West and appreciate the history behind its construction.
Since Wright's passing in 1959, Talesin West is the home of The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture Main Campus and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. To learn more about their hours and to schedule a tour, visit franklloydwright.org