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Tours of the Zimmerman House

 Focus Tour Zimmerman House: A Building For All Senses 

Saturday, November 25, 3:15 to 4:45 pm

Frank Lloyd Wright once described organic architecture as a “‘thinking’ as well as a ‘feeling’ process.” This tour invites participants to savor the sensate experience of the Zimmerman House as we take in some of Wright’s major ideas. From sound to scent, with an exploration of the rich textural variety and delicately shifting sights, visitors will have the opportunity to revitalize as we enjoy the House’s warmth. The cost is $25 for Museum Members and $35 for non-Members. Reservations are recommended.

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Zimmerman House Public Tours

Purchase tickets today to explore the Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman House. Tours provide visitors with a 90-minute exploration of the house with information about Wright’s architecture, the commission and design of the house, and details about the Zimmermans, who lived in the house for 36 years. Public tours are offered through the week except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Available times are 11:15 and 1:15, and on Saturdays and Sundays we also offer a 3:15 pm tour. Reservations are required. $25 Adults; $24 Seniors (65+); $16 Students; $10 Children 7 to 17; $10 for Museum members. Tickets include admission to the Currier Museum. All Zimmerman House tours begin at the Currier.

 

Museum Tours

Tours of the Museum are offered daily at 1 pm (except Tuesdays when the Museum is closed). Tours include an introduction to special exhibitions. Also, you can explore collection highlights in greater depth with our mobile tour, available free to all Museum visitors. Public tours are free with Museum admission or on your smartphone at currier.toursphere.com. Assistive listening systems for sound amplification are available for tours and select programs.

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