Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright Sites
The History Center at Courthouse Square in Berrien Springs is sponsoring a tour of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic sites in Illinois and Wisconsin in May. The three-day, two-night tour includes visits to Taliesin, Wright’s home and studio in Spring Green, Wis.; the First Unitarian Meeting House in Madison, Wis.; his home and studio in Oak Park, Ill.; the Frederick C. Robie House in Chicago. The “America’s Architect” tour runs May 18-20.
The fee is $599 per person (double occupancy) for History Center members, or $649 for non-members. Non-members who want to go on the tour can join the History Center for a $20 individual fee or $30 for a family. The tour charge includes bus transportation, all lodging, breakfasts and dinners, guide services, and all admissions, taxes and gratuities. The tour departs from the History Center in Berrien Springs.
Those interested can get more information and an itinerary, or make reservations by emailing the History Center at bcha@berrien history.org, or by calling (269) 471-1202. A $100 per person deposit is required, with the balance due by April 1.
The Center, which includes the 1839 Courthouse and other historic buildings, is operated by the non-profit Berrien County Historical Association.
Contact Kathy Cyr for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 471-1202.