TOURS: May-October

Come visit Frank Lloyd Wright's birthplace and learn about the only warehouse designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  He designed this gem in 1915 during his 'organic' phase, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


$15 - adults

$25 private tour

$5 - student with ID and children 12-18

Free children under 12

Cash or Check Only


Every Sunday 11 am - 3 pm

Tours begin quarter past the hour and last roughly 45 minutes.


Your tour will be both outdoors and indoors through the first two floors.

The tour will include:

  • A short film about AD German and the history of the warehouse.

  • A guided tour with explanations about the building and its historical and architectural significance.

  • 8'x8' panels from the 'Sixty Years of Living Architecture' 1951 exhibit at the future site of the Guggenheim.

Bus tours and private are available.  Please call to set up: 608-649-1915


Open to the public on Sunday's 11 am - 3 pm

Cash or Check Only


The tour itself is not wheelchair accessible; however, the first floor of the building and the gift shop are accessible.  The tour does include stairs.  The building does not have heat or airconditioning.

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