Taliesin, located near Spring Green, Wisconsin, 45 minutes west of Madison, is a national historic landmark set on 600 acres. It was the summer residence of Frank Lloyd Wright for more than 48 years.
All Taliesin tours are operated by the Taliesin Preservation Commission and begin at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center. Located at the intersection of Route 23 and County Highway C, the Center overlooks both the Wisconsin River and the Taliesin site. Previously known as the Spring Green Restaurant, it was designed by Wright in 1953. The Center provides information, a bookstore, cafe and exhibits. The tours, offered daily May through October, and Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in April and November, range from one to four hours long, and can include the Hillside Studio and Theater, a walking tour, an estate tour, Taliesin House tours, and Sunset Tour; prices vary. Please see the Visitors Guide for more information about tours. For additional details, call or consult the website.