Guided House Tour

The Guided House Tour takes guests through the interior and exterior of Kentuck Knob and provides an insight into one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most unique Usonian homes. Guests will learn about the design and construction of Kentuck Knob, the Hagan family, Frank Lloyd Wright, and his vision for the house. After the tour, guests can explore the grounds and experience the magnificent view of the Youghiogheny River Gorge.

Each tour is limited to seven (7) guests to allow for comfortable physical distancing. Starting October 1, 2021, tours sizes will increase to ten (10) guests per tour.

Guided House Tours are approximately forty (40) minutes in length, but a complete visit (to include the Woodland Walk) may take up to a full hour.

All guided tours of Kentuck Knob begin on a shuttle bus departing from our Visitors Center. Our shuttle bus is well-ventilated and seats up to 14 people comfortably. The shuttle bus ride from the Visitors Center, up the driveway to Kentuck Knob lasts approximately 3 minutes.

Visiting Guidelines and Best Practices

 


Pricing

Adults: $25.00 per ticket March – September | $28.00 per ticket October – December
Students with valid ID + Children 6 to 18: $18.00 per ticket

Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled tour time. Guests arriving late can only be accommodated if subsequent tour times are available.

Keep in Mind



Children must be 6 years of age or older to tour inside the house. Children under the age of six can enjoy the Woodland Walk.

Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. No infants or toddlers are permitted on any tours.


Exterior photography is permitted for personal use only. No interior photography.

Service animals permitted at Kentuck Knob, but no pets.

The Guided House Tour ticket includes the Woodland Walk.


Purchase Tickets

Advanced ticket purchase is essential for all tours at Kentuck Knob.

 

Tour Cancellation Policy:
Tours may be rescheduled for another date/time within the touring season, subject to availability.

Photo by Jim Judkis