Visit Taliesin West in Arizona

Taliesin West was architect Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and school in the desert from 1937 until his death in 1959 at the age of 91. Today it is the main campus of the School of Architecture at Taliesin and houses the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.<br /> 12621 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259

Experience Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona.
With multiple Tours and Programs to choose from,
come see a side of Scottsdale and the Sonoran Desert unlike any other. 


Audio Tour

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Guided Tour

In-Depth Guided tours will be available again in the fall.


All Programs

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Members-Only Programs

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Frank Lloyd Wright Store

If you are in Scottsdale, AZ, please stop by our flagship store at Taliesin West! Beautifully curated with gifts and treasures of all sizes, our store has been featured in Sunset Magazine for our “perfect gifts for art lovers and history buffs.”



Visit our Frank Lloyd Wright Store! Our online store has a wide variety of thoughtful merchandise inspired by Wright and his designs. We are proud to partner with hand-picked manufacturers from around the globe. We encourage you to browse our books, home goods, art, and more!




All Taliesin West Tours are walking tours on gravel and concrete pathways. There are shallow steps and uneven surfaces.

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. For guests who are visually impaired, Assistants are welcome on any tour free-of-charge. Please make your reservations in advance at Info@FrankLloydWright.Org

For guests who are hard of hearing, a written script of the tour is available. Hard of Hearing guests may bring a language interpreter on any tour free of charge. Please make your reservations in advance at Info@FrankLloydWright.Org

Certified service animals 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.

Please read our FAQ for answers to commonly asked questions.