Frank Lloyd Wright Trail

What is the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail? 

The Trail is a self-guided architectural adventure featuring nine Wright-designed public buildings across southern Wisconsin. The buildings are: 

  • SC Johnson Administration Buildings and Research Tower
  • Wingspread
  • Burnham American System Built Homes
  • Monona Terrace
  • First Unitarian Society
  • Taliesin and Visitor Center
  • Wyoming Valley School
  • AD German Warehouse

In March 2016, the Wisconsin Act 270 bill was passed to mark a specified highway route in the counties of Kenosha, Racine, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Jefferson, Dane, Iowa, Sauk and Richland as the Frank Lloyd Wright Trail. Funding was allocated to establish highway signs and develop marketing activities to support the Trail.

The sites selected for the Trail are open to the public and located within 15 miles of the route. Privately-owned residences are not included on the Trail. 

The route is approximately 200 miles in length. Trail sites have varying hours of public access - please use the Wright Sites section of this website to plan your travel and make reservations for those sites that require them.

Other Trail resources:

Download the free Frank Lloyd Wright Trail App for iPhone© or Android™which includes an interactive map and trip planner tool.  

www.travelwisconsin.com/frank-lloyd-wright includes articles and suggested itineraries.

For Your Travels “Off Trail”…  Stay Overnight in a Frank Lloyd Wright Work of Art!

Discover open-to-the-public Wright designed buildings in other parts of the state.   The following properties are available for overnight rental, and may also have tour hours. 

Seth Peterson Cottage – Mirror Lake 
Still Bend – Two Rivers 
American System-Built Home – Milwaukee 
The Arnold Jackson House – Beaver Dam 
The Kinney House – Lancaster