ASL TOUR AT THE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HOME AND STUDIO
In honor of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is proud to introduce American Sign Language tours and Touch Tours at its historic sites:
ASL Tour Sunday, October 4 at 9:30 am
Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1889/1898)
Birthplace of Wright’s vision for a new American architecture. 951 Chicago Ave, Oak Park, IL
The Museum Shop and restrooms are accessible.
The Studio, including the drafting room, octagonal library, Wright’s office, the reception area and the exterior, is accessible to standard-size wheelchairs. The Trust has one standard-size wheelchair available for guests at the Home and Studio.
The Home is not accessible to wheelchairs of any size as all entries to the Home have stairs.
The Studio balcony is not accessible to wheelchairs. It is only accessible by a steep, narrow stairway.
Guests in wheelchairs may request to view the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio iPad App, which features virtual tours of rooms that they may not be able to view during their visit.