The Westcott House Foundation

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In a Nutshell

Knowledgable docents guide small groups on 45-minute tours through classic example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie-style design

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A house says a lot about its owner, as evidenced by Galileo’s solar-system bed sheets and Lincoln’s vast collection of presidential action figures. Take a peek inside the mind of a historic figure with today’s Groupon from The Westcott House Foundation.

The Deal

$10 for a tour for two of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westcott House in Springfield (up to a $21 value)

The Westcott House Foundation’s knowledgeable docents guide groups on 45-minute tours of the house’s restored interiors and gardens, showcasing the architectural sagacity Frank Lloyd Wright infused into his Prairie-style homes. The tour covers how renovators dusted off the imaginer’s intended ambiance, restoring art-glass windows and repopulating quarters with Wright’s specified furniture, including prairie-like area rugs and chairs. An eight-minute video unveils both the stories of the architect and house to guests, enlightening them as to the philosophy that created the structure’s every nook and cranny.

The Westcott House Foundation

The Westcott House Foundation celebrates its charge’s history through continuing preservation efforts, safeguarding the house as both a museum and shrine to Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision for Prairie-style homes. One of 260 of Wright’s remaining houses in the world, the pristinely restored structure entices visitors from far and wide with its architectural allure and unparalleled hide-and-seek spots. The grounds embody Wright’s love of melding a building with its site, boasting a terrace, a pool, and period-inspired gardens. An intricately latticed pergola connects the carriage house to the main building, a rare and interesting gem among Wright’s normally trellis-free Prairie homes.

Customer Reviews

It was a delightful afternoon. The Groupon was a great way to get me there. I have told a lot of people about it since I toured the house.
Julie L. · June 27, 2012
Thank you for the wonderful tour. Your tour guide was quite knowledgeable and friendly. The house is a work of art and I'll definitely be back again!
Cara M. · June 25, 2012
Thank you for the informative tour. The restoration is spectacular.
Lynne S. · June 25, 2012

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