Family Day: A Self Guided Outdoor Event at Taliesin
For the first time in history, Taliesin is offering a self-guided opportunity to walk the 800-acre estate. The experience will offer visitors a chance to explore the geologically fascinating Driftless area of southwest Wisconsin, while also providing a unique look into the history of the Taliesin estate from both an architectural and agricultural viewpoint.
This experience is designed to be COVID and family-friendly. It will introduce visitors not only to the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright but to also let them observe firsthand the agricultural traditions of both the estate and region. These traditions are what inspired Taliesin Preservation to found the Food Artisan Immersion Program (FAIP) which is an introductory culinary and hospitality course exploring cultivation, craft, and the community of Wisconsin’s agricultural community. The program draws its inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision for Taliesin as a living laboratory where culture, architecture, agriculture, and the natural environment converge around the desire to explore everyday life.
As this experience is held entirely outdoors, with Taliesin’s natural environment surrounding our visitors in every direction, children will be given a scavenger experience involving nature, farming, and structures. Please dress for the weather and bring a blanket for your picnic lunch.
Tickets available at taliesinpreservation.org
Adult – $25
Student, Senior & Military – $20
Children Under 10- FREE
Entry from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (estate closes at 5 p.m.)