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Museum Sleep-over: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater now open to overnight guests

  • September 24, 2009 12:28

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater in Western Pennsylvania.

MILL RUN, Penn. - Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright's house Fallingwater have long been able to visit the architect's modernist masterpiece as a museum, but soon they can enjoy the house almost as if they were living in it. A new Insight Onsite program allows guests to lounge about reading, enjoy a lively dinner party, and stay overnight. This more intimate experience with the historic home comes with a price -- $1,195.

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