Quiet romantic evenings with the sounds of nature accompanied by a stargazing atmosphere and feel what Mr. Wright intended for his clients! Frank Lloyd Wright Overnight, Lodging, House Tours and Organic Dining within Polymath Park, PA near Fallingwater.
Polymath Park a good contrast visit. Great architectural houses to visit with a smallish group and a knowledgeable guide. We saw 2 of the 4 houses. They contrasted with Fallingwater because they were for a different market and that difference was interesting to see.
Wright at Polymath Park is a collection of two Wright-designed houses and two houses by Peter Berndtson, a Wright apprentice, in a scenic location near Fallingwater. You can book various tours to explore the architecture, history, and nature of this unique site, from $30 to $173 per person.
An exciting new addition to Polymath Park for the 2023 Season, the In-Depth Four-House Tour is a must-see treat for all fans of architecture, nature, and history. This extensive exposure to organic design is comprised of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Duncan House and Mantyla, paired with Peter Berndtson’s Balter and Blum Houses.
The site now known as Polymath Park began as a commune of sorts for two families: the Balters and the Blums. Entrepreneurs from Pittsburgh, they purchased 130 acres of woodland in what is called the Laurel Highlands in Western Pennsylvania for a country home to escape to on the weekends.
Polymath Park is a 125-acre resort in the Laurel Highlands of Western Pennsylvania, featuring four architectural landmarks by Frank Lloyd Wright and Peter Berndtson. The park is near Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, and offers overnight accommodations in two Wright houses and two Berndtson houses.
Frank Lloyd Wright at Polymath Park 187 Evergreen Lane Acme, PA 15610 Phone: 877-833-7829 Region: Laurel Highlands Experience the legendary work of Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the world's most celebrated architects with an overnight stay in the Wright-designed Duncan House at Polymath Park Resort.
Learn about the history and architecture of two Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes and two homes by his apprentices at Polymath Park, a scenic site in southwestern Pennsylvania. See how they compare and contrast with nearby Fallingwater and other Usonian homes. You can also stay overnight in any of the four homes and enjoy the scenic views.