This 800-acre agricultural estate
in the hills of the Wisconsin River Valley was Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, studio, school, and laboratory of organic architecture. The estate includes iconic works that span the decades of his career, including his sprawling residence, the Romeo & Juliet Windmill, Hillside School, Tan-y-Deri, Midway Barn, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center. The house is shrouded in stories, including a 1914 fire that killed the architect’s mistress, two children and four others. Wright spent years rebuilding after the fire, but did not return to the property for nearly a decade once it was complete.