Michiganders on the Road explores the creations of Frank Lloyd Wright!

posted Jul 9, 2019

MotR Frank Lloyd Wright heading

This four-day, three-night tour explores the life and creations of “America’s Architect,” Frank Lloyd Wright. Join us August 17-20, 2019, to visit iconic buildings that figured prominently in Wright’s life, including his home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois; his Wisconsin home and studio, Taliesin; and his masterpiece house in Chicago, the Frederick C. Robie House.


*Includes motor coach transportation; all lodging; all dinners and breakfasts; some lunches; and all admission fees, taxes, and gratuities. Historical Society of Michigan $39.95 membership required. Price is per person based on double occupancy. We encourage the purchase of travel insurance in case unforeseen events force you to cancel at the last minute. Deposits or payments made after the reservation deadline of July 26, 2019, cannot be refunded.

See the full Frank Lloyd Wright Tour itinerary.

Register online for the Frank Lloyd Wright Tour.

Download the Frank Lloyd Wright Tour registration form.

Frank Lloyd Wright was a brilliant architect and a problematic personality. Controversy, scandal, and even murder swirled through his life. He designed buildings that have become World Heritage Sites, created new architectural styles, and integrated his structures with the surrounding landscape. He also undercut his first employer; made impossible demands on builders; left his wife for a married woman; and suffered the loss of his wife, friends, and home in an arson-murder. Wright’s biography is more astounding than fiction—and we’ll experience the whole story on our tour.

The reservation deadline is July 26, 2019.


Historical Society of Michigan 5815 Executive Drive Lansing, MI 48911
Email hsm@hsmichigan.org | Phone (517) 324-1828 | Fax (517) 324-4370

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