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Frank Lloyd Wright's Allen House Museum and Study Center

The design ideas date from 1915 and the House was occupied in 1918. The Allens continued to live in the house until late 1947. The House, that Frank Lloyd Wright considered “among my best”, is considered the last of the Prairie Houses. Stylistic exterior features includes a horizontal grey carthage marble “water table” as a transition design element between the prairie floor and the house, white raked horizontal brick joints and flush ocher head joints, red clay tile roof with emphasis on horizontal lines and a unique ridge, hip ridge and lower starting course with a Japanese flavor. Guided tours by appointment. Admission is $10 per person. Group limits are minimum of five people and a maximum of 20.

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Allen House Museum and Study Center
  • 255 N. Roosevelt
  • Wichita, KS 67208
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  • Capacity: 25
  • Days & Hours: Please check our online calendar for available tour times/dates. Groups call for reservation.
  • Group Min: 5
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  • Price Range: 22-40
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  • Tour Length: 1 hour
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