Dear Valued Guest:

As a precautionary health measure for everyone during this Covid-19 crisis, we are temporarily closing all operations for the 2020 season

We deeply regret any inconvenience this may cause you with your travel plans, and thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. For information regarding activities in Ohiopyle State Park visit https://www.dcnr.pa.gov/StateParks/FindAPark/OhiopyleStatePark/Pages/default.aspx.

Again, our deepest apologies. We look forward to coming back strong and healthy for the 2021 season.

Sincerely,
Management and staff of WWA

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT'S FALLING WATER


FALLING WATER


Fallingwater was a weekend house for the Edgar J. Kaufmann family of Pittsburgh, owners of Kaufmann’s Department Store. The house was owned and used by the Kaufmann family until 1963, when it was entrusted by Edgar Kaufmann, jr., to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.

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Designed in 1935 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), the main house was constructed 1936-38, followed by the guest house construction in 1939. The main house uses 5,330 square feet (2885 sq. ft. interior; 2445 sq. ft. terraces), while the guest house uses 1,700 square feet. Fallingwater is Wright’s crowning achievement in organic architecture and the American Institute of Architects’ “best all-time work of American architecture.”