Known as the Bachman-Wilson House, this structure is an example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s classic Usonian architecture. The word “Usonian” was derived from an abbreviation of “United States of North America.” Wright created this term to describe a distinctly American style of residential architecture he developed during the Great Depression to be within the reach of the average middle-class American family.
SUNDAY at 10:30AM
Tickets are required as capacity is limited, and can be reserved by phone (479) 657-2335, online, or at Guest Services in the main lobby.
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