Frank Lloyd Wright Rosenbaum House

A genuine work of art—from the floors to the furnishings to the faucets—the Rosenbaum House grows naturally from its surroundings, cascading down a 2-acre lot facing the Tennessee River. It is one of the purest examples of Usonian design (named for the USA) with open floor plans and rooms that naturally flow from one to another. Built in 1939, the same year Wright delivered his treatise on organic architecture, this significant structure is cypress, glass, and brick and still has original hardware and furnishings designed by Wright.

Frank Lloyd Wright freed Americans from Victorian “boxes” and revolutionized art and architecture. He was born just two years after the Civil War and died two years after the launching of the satellite Sputnik and is considered to be America’s greatest architect. Originally built for $12,000 as an affordable, middle-class home, the house is the only Wright design open to the public in the southeastern United States.

Take a virtual tour of the Rosenbaum House right here!

Admission charged.
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10 AM-4 PM; Sunday: 1 PM – 4 PM

Address: 601 Riverview Drive, Florence, AL 35630
Phone: 256-740-8899
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