Frank Lloyd Wright Stockman House


category : Historic Homes
Wright's first Iowa building, designed in 1908, restored and furnished with Arts and Crafts furniture and reproductions of period Wright furniture. The only middle-class home of his Prairie School period that is open to the public in the U.S.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 10-5 Thu.-Sat., 1-5 Sun., June-Aug.; 10-5 Sat., 1-5 Sun., Sep.-Oct.
Address: 530 First St. NE
Phone: 641-421-3666
Our Email: rbmccoy@netconx.net
Our Website:www.stockmanhouse.org

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