The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust has added a very big bonus to what they modestly call “The Great American Housewalk.” For the first time since 1977, the William Winslow House in River Forest will be included on Wright Plus, making it 39 years since the house has been on the walk.

Winslow House joins three other Wright homes on the 2016 housewalk: Harry S. Adams House (1913), Thomas Gale House (1892) and Louisa and Harry Goodrich House (1896), plus a collection of buildings by Wright’s colleagues, William E. Drummond, John S. Van Bergen, Charles White and Barry Byrne. Wright Plus 2016, “Wright and the Prairie School,” takes place Saturday, May 21.

Tickets are $110 each and $95 for members of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust. Transportation between Oak Park and River Forest is included in the ticket. For more information about the housewalk and its many related events, visit

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