Fallingwater Offers Free Admission to Fayette County Residents Nov. 18 and 20

Residents of Fayette County will receive free admission to tour Fallingwater during its annual Fayette County Appreciation Days November 18 and 20.

Fayette County Days brings hundreds of local friends and neighbors to the Frank Lloyd Wright masterwork each year. In addition to touring the house, visitors are invited to explore the 5,100-acre Bear Run Nature Reserve and learn about volunteer opportunities.

Advance reservations for tours are essential to guarantee admittance. Please call 724-329-8501 for information and reservations.

Fayette County residents played an important role in Fallingwater’s history and remain actively involved in its ongoing preservation and stewardship. Residents of Fayette County helped to build Fallingwater, and today, numerous area residents are employed as staff or volunteer their time at Fallingwater.

Fayette County Days visitors interested in volunteering at Fallingwater may stop by an information table in the Visitors’ Center gallery. There, representatives will offer information about the range of volunteer opportunities available, as well as application forms.


About the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy:
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy (WPC) enhances the region’s quality of life by protecting and restoring exceptional places. A private nonprofit conservation organization founded in 1932, WPC has helped to establish ten state parks, conserved more than 230,000 acres of natural lands and protected or restored more than 1,500 miles of rivers and streams. The Conservancy owns and operates Fallingwater, which symbolizes people living in harmony with nature. In addition, WPC enriches our region’s cities and towns through nearly 140 community gardens and greenspaces that are planted with the help of 12,000 volunteers. The work of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy is accomplished through the support of more than 11,000 members. For more information, visit WaterLandLife.org.

Media contact:
Eric Sloss
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
(412) 586-2358