Alabama's Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House Museum

Street address: 

601 Riverview Dr.
Florence, AL 35630

Open Tu–Sat. 10–4.

217 E. Tuscaloosa St.
Florence, AL 35630

senior, group
Admission charged
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One of best examples of Wright's Usonian style (1939-40). Only structure in Alabama designed by Wright. Constructed of cypress, glass and brick. Acquired by City of Florence (1999) and fully restored.

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