Homegrown Heritage: The Frank Lloyd Wright Trail



Oct. 15-18

Post-Convention Tour


Activity Level: 1-2

Max. Participants: 10

Min. Participants: 4

Airport: General Mitchell International Airport (Milwaukee)

Travel notes: Plan to fly out of MKE Oct. 18 anytime



Actives: $250
Associates: $425
Emeritus: $450
Non-Member Guest: $450



Nowhere in the world does the genius of Frank Lloyd Wright echo more resonantly than among the rolling hills of southwestern Wisconsin. Here, in the sweep of the Wyoming Valley first settled by his immigrant Welsh parents, Wright built Taliesin, his renowned estate and studio that is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. He is a true Wisconsin native – who created and built much of his finest work in the state.


Opened in 2017, Wisconsin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Trail takes travelers on a 250-mile, self-guided tour featuring the architecture of Wisconsin-native Frank Lloyd Wright. The trail includes nine buildings spread across nine counties and highlights the breadth of Wright’s work, from private homes and public office buildings to a warehouse and place of worship.