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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is among the world's most recognizable buildings. It is arguably one of the most architecturally significant and visionary structures of the 20th century. For those even mildly interested in architecture, Fallingwater is a must-see.

A visit to the site is nothing short of breathtaking. The harmony between the structure and its surroundings is perfect. The synergy of this work of art in its magnificent natural setting forms a lasting impression. You will not be disappointed.

Since Fallingwater is such a popular destination, reservations are strongly advised, especially in the warmer months and weekends. The standard tour of the building lasts about an hour and figure spending another hour or so exploring the grounds and the visitor's center.

Many guests of the Inne at Watson's Choice come speciffically to see Fallingwater. Most who do also tour another Frank Lloyd Wright home, Kentuck Knob, which just happens to be on the way to Fallingwater.

The drive is a pleasant 30 minutes, going up Summit Mountain [stop at Lookout Point for a grand view of the city and valley below], through the picturesque country-side and through beautiful Ohiopyle State Park before arriving at Fallingwater's Bear Run location.

Contact Information

PO Box R
Mill Run, PA 15464

For tour information and reservations, call (724) 329-8501 or
visit official website of Fallingwater

Directions from the Inne at Watson's Choice

  • Turn Left [East] on Route 21 East
  • Travel 3.1 mi to traffic light at Route 119
  • Turn Right and stay to right following on-ramp sign to [US 119 South Morgantown/ US 40 East ]
  • This is the Uniontown By-Pass. Follow signs for US 40 East
  • Travel 8.3 miles to the top of Summit Mountain
  • After about 5.5 miles you'll start to climb the mountain (2.5 miles up from this is Point Lookout, a worthwhile quick stop).
  • At the top of the mountain to the right is the Summit Hotel
  • Continue straight on Route 40 East
  • Travel 2.2 miles to Intersection of Chalk Hill - Deer Lake Road
  • Look for the Post Office on the left in anticipation of a left turn to follow.
  • Turn Left on Chalk Hill-Ohiopyle Road
  • Travel 6.5 miles to intersection.
  • At 6.0 miles you will pass the entrance to Kentuck Knob.
  • Turn Right (to Ohiopyle on 2019)
  • Travel 1.4 miles to intersection of Route 381
  • Caution: this section contains a very steep grade with sharp curves. A lower gear is advised.
  • At the bottom of the hill after rounding a hairpin turn by the new bridge is a parking area for access to Cucumber Falls - absolutely beautiful.
  • Turn Left on Route 381 at Ohiopyle
  • Travel 4.1 miles to Fallingwater Entrance
  • You'll pass through the village of Ohiopyle. A stop at the lookout over the waterfalls is very worthwhile.
  • Turn Left at Fallingwater

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