Self-Guided Architectural Tour for Two or Four at Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple in Oak Park (Up to 55% Off)

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple creates the illusion of endless open space with long, flat lines and abundant light screens

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  • $10 for two adult tickets to Unity Temple (up to a $20 value)
  • $18 for four adult tickets to Unity Temple (up to a $40 value)


Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple's ticket prices vary based on age, and children up to age five receive free admission.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple

"You know, Unity Temple is my contribution to modern architecture"—bold, blunt, and revolutionary, Frank Lloyd Wright single-handedly forged the Prairie school of architecture, of which Unity Temple is perhaps the purest example. Built between 1905 and 1908, the church broke all of the traditional rules, replacing the steeple with low, flat roofs, removing the prominent entranceway to create a sense of monolithic austerity, and most daringly of all, using poured concrete as not just a structural element but an architectural one. This honest exposure of a conventionally hidden material reflected the philosophy of a man who valued genuine candor over sweetened niceties, whether in word or in stone.

More than a century since its construction, the church is in the midst of an ongoing restoration, funded by member sponsorship and daily admission fees. Although the interior still luxuriates in the wash of natural light from the stained glass ceiling, and the boxy, modern light fixtures flicker on, the exterior faces severe weathering due mainly to Wright's eternally before-his-time designs, which failed to account for the effects of water and time on concrete, and an infestation of rockbiters in the 70s.

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  • Oak Park (708.9 miles)

    875 Lake St.

    Oak Park, Illinois 60301

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