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Taliesin West is open for public tours 7-days a week!
10:00am – 4:20pm

Please note that Store Hours may vary slightly from tour hours

Reservations are highly recommended. All daily visits are by a guided, ticketed tour.

Guided Tours


"In a New Light": Wright & Chihuly

During Chihuly in the Desert, the signature experience is the In A New Light guided tour. During this guided visit, you'll see Taliesin West come alive with the addition of artworks by Dale Chihuly, and learn how similar these two artists are. You'll visit many of Taliesin West's iconic spaces, including the Prow, the Garden Room, and the Drafting Studio, and you'll see all of the Chihuly artworks including Amber and Alabaster Spire Towers, Marine Blue and Citron Tower, Niijima Floats, Black Saguaros, and Golden Celadon Baskets. This is the ultimate experience at Taliesin West, and the most in-depth tour we offer.

This tour is a 90-minute walking tour, across uneven terrain. Guests will have limited opportunities to sit down during the tour, and will spend as much time outdoors as indoors.

December 3, 2021 – May 31, 2022 | 7 days per week, 10:00am – 4:20pm | Thursday nights, 4:40-6:40pm | June 1 - 19, 2022 | 7 days per week, 9:00am - 11:40am

90 minute walking tour, indoors and outdoors

$49 adults | $37 students (13-25 with student ID) | $25 youth (6-12) | This tour is eligible for Member benefits.

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Self-Guided Visits


Chihuly Nights

Join us for a self-guided exploration of Taliesin West's grounds, and discover how stunning Chihuly in the Desert is at night. Chihuly Nights are self-guided evenings, for those who want to focus on the works of art. With the help of a souvenir map, see five of Chihuly's installations all lit up against the backdrop of Taliesin West.

This self-guided experience takes approximately 60 minutes. Guests will be walking across uneven terrain, and have limited opportunities to sit down. Chihuly Nights are entirely outdoors, and do not include access to the inside of the historic building. (Restrooms are accessible.)

January 1 – May 31, 2022 | 3 nights per week, Friday – Sunday, 6:30 – 9:00 pm

Approximately 60 minutes, outdoors only

$35 adults | $26 students (13-25 with student ID) | $18 youth (6-12) | This tour is eligible for Member benefits.

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Cultural Programs for Adults

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Homeschool Programs

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Field Trips

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Camp Taliesin West

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Family Programs

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Phone Reservations: Making an online reservation is preferable, however, if you have questions or need assistance with booking your tour, please call and leave a message at 888.516.0811.

Plan ahead! Click here to learn what to expect when you visit.

Our guided tours are the only way to visit Taliesin West. You cannot enter the property unless you are on an official tour or attending an event. Advance online ticket reservations are required for all tours.

Taliesin West is open year round. Our site is closed to the public on the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Taliesin West is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. If you are looking to book a tour at Taliesin in Wisconsin, click here.

Questions about our tours? Please see our list of frequently asked questions to help plan your visit!

Special access and engagement opportunities, including free tours, are offered to members, to show the significant impact you have in preserving the life, legacy, and work of Frank Lloyd Wright.


The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is pleased to contribute to the success of like-minded nonprofit organizations by providing charitable contributions. Learn more about donations to community organizations here.

Frank Lloyd Wright Store

During your visit to Taliesin West, be sure to check out the Frank Lloyd Wright Store. The Store features books, home decor, apparel, and art that not only celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright, but also the work he has inspired.


Group Tours

To ensure the safety of our guests and staff during the Covid-19 pandemic, group tours will not be available. Please contact Donna Yeaw if you have questions or need assistance with arrangements at 480.627.5375 or


Interior/exterior photography is permitted for personal, non-commercial use only.

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Guests in need of special assistance

A National Historic Landmark built in the early 20th century, Taliesin West was not designed to meet contemporary accessibility standards. Buildings at Taliesin West are terraced into the landscape, resulting in gravel walkways, steps and uneven surfaces. Narrow ramps are available for guests to use at their own discretion throughout the tour.

All Taliesin West tours are walking tours and guests with special requests and needs should contact our tour department at 480-627-5375 or prior to their visit.


Walkers are permitted in all venues. Guests who wish to use walkers should be aware that Taliesin West has steps, gravel walkways, and uneven surfaces.

Wheelchair Access

The complex’s network of pathways includes gravel walkways, uneven steps, and stairs. Ramps are available on the property and visitors are welcome to use them at their own discretion. Ramps are 36 inches wide with slopes ranging from 21 to 27 degrees.

Visually Impaired

Assistants for the visually impaired are welcome on any tour free-of-charge.

Hearing Impaired

An interpretive guide book highlighting all aspects of the tours offered at Taliesin West is available upon request. Hearing impaired guests may bring a language interpreter on any tour free-of-charge.

Service Animals

Certified service animals and white canes are permitted on all tours. Pets and other animals whose sole function is to provide comfort, companionship, or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act or state law.

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