The Frank Lloyd Wright Trail was established in 2017 to connect nine Wright-designed historical sites in southern Wisconsin. The trail takes visitors on a self-guided architectural tour through nine counties. Traveling from east to west, the Trail originates on Interstate 94 near the Wisconsin-Illinois border in Racine County, proceeds north to Milwaukee, then west across the state to Madison, onward to Spring Green, and ends in Richland Center—in the place where it all began in the city of Wright’s birth.
The Trail consists of the following sites: SC Johnson Administrative Building and Research Tower, The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, Burnham Block, Monona Terrace, First Unitarian Society Meeting House, Taliesin and Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, Wyoming Valley School, and A.D. German Warehouse.
People interested in the trail can visit www.FrankLloydWrightTrail.org which maps out and connects all nine sites in one place and where visitors can track and receive a Frank Lloyd Wright Trail Badge to share on social media upon completion. Guests can also follow the Trail on Facebook and Instagram plus download an interactive app.
For more information about visiting SC Johnson’s campus or to schedule a tour, please use the online scheduling tool at www.scjohnson.com/visit, call (262) 260-2154, or email Tours@scj.com