Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center Spring Green Wisconsin

Visitor Center from the parking lot

Designed in 1953 as the Riverview Terrace Restaurant, this building has been used in recent time as the Visitor Center for Taliesin. It was built in 1957 by the Taliesin Fellowship. It was not finished by the time Wright died, so it was completed by the Fellowship.

Another view of the Visitor Center

The bus stop, complete with a cantilevered carport.

Locally quarried stone was used.

Visitor Center from the parking lot

Looking from across the road. The river is right behind me.

Another look from across the road.

The signature tile

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