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Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site


category : Architecture
Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site Frank Lloyd Wright designed Prairie Style House. Thirty-five room mansion with original art glass and furnishings.


Admission: Suggested Donations - Adults: 3.00. Children under 17 yrs.: 1.00
Hours: W-Su: 9am-4pm. Closed major holidays
Address: 301 E. Lawrence Ave.
Phone: 217-782-6776

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