The Run Down

We're going to head to Oak Park to visit the home of the greatest American architect to have ever lived. From downtown, we're hopping on the CTA Green line for a short 30 minute ride to Oak Park where we'll be dropped off near the Frank Lloyd Wright–Prairie School of Architecture Historic District. This historic district, which covers a large chunk of downtown Oak Park and the surrounding residential areas, contains the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings in the world. There's no way to see everything in one trip but you can follow along this introductory guide to get you started. Here are the details.

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