Wright Virtual Visits returns for 2023!

Launched in April 2020 as a social media initiative highlighting Frank Lloyd Wright-designed public sites that were closed due to the pandemic, Wright Virtual Visits will begin a fourth iteration on February 9, 2023. As sites have reopened to visitors, the format has adapted in order to continue to foster public engagement and visitation. In each month of 2023, we will go live at a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed public site, getting a behind-the-scenes look and insider tips for visitors. Those who are streaming live on Facebook will be able to ask questions, and recordings of each event will be available to watch afterward.

Forever Ready Productions

Wright Virtual Visits is a collaborative effort of all participating sites, jointly led by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy and the Graycliff Conservancy with production support provided by Forever Ready Productions. Key support for earlier phases of the project was provided by staff from the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.

Follow Wright Virtual Visits on Facebook, or check this page regularly for upcoming events and to view archived videos.


Wright Virtual Visits will take place at 1pm Eastern/ 10am Pacific time on each of the dates below. Each episode link below will take you directly to the Facebook event listing where the live video will stream.

Past Wright Virtual Visits

After each event in 2023, the video recording will be embedded below for convenient streaming.

February 9: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House
Buffalo, New York

March 9: Hagen History Center (Frank Lloyd Wright’s San Francisco office)
Erie, Pennsylvania

April 20: The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park (Kraus House)
Kirkwood, Missouri

May 18: Graycliff
Derby, New York

June 15: Fallingwater
Mill Run, Pennsylvania

August 3: Westcott House
Springfield, Ohio

September 14: Hollyhock House
Los Angeles, California

October 26: Florida Southern College
Lakeland, Florida

November 9: Hillside Theater at Taliesin
Spring Green, Wisconsin

December 7: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Burnham Block
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

If you’re looking for older Wright Virtual Visits videos, they are archived on other pages:

Posted January 12, 2023