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Kentuck Knob

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My wife and I took a guided tour of Kentucky Knob during our visit to western Pennsylvania in... read more

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Robert D
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Los Gatos, California
See in Conjunction with Fallingwater

Fallingwater is a famous Frank Lloyd Wright house in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands. Friends of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
NikaJunie
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Jersey City, New Jersey
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723 Kentuck Rd, Chalk Hill, PA 15421
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Reviewed today

My wife and I took a guided tour of Kentucky Knob during our visit to western Pennsylvania in mid-September 2018. We were there after visiting Fallingwater and the comparisons were interesting. Kentucky Knob was also designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and this beautiful home...More

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fallingwater is a famous Frank Lloyd Wright house in Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands. Friends of the owners wanted a similar, but smaller residence on their property nearby. As with Fallingwater, Wright designed the building specifically for the intended site. He did not supervise construction closely, allowing...More

Thank NikaJunie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We happened to find a brochure for the house and decided to find this. It was a little out of the way in a forest-camp area. If you love architecture then it is a place to visit. If you only pay for the grounds then...More

Thank 5kconnolly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very beautiful home in the hills of Pennsylvania! What views...WOW! Well worth the price of the tour. The current owners no longer live there and in turned shared the house with other.

1  Thank Gary B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited using the online ticket option which worked fine. Spent about 1.5 hours total on the site including the tour and a walk through the grounds back to the parking lot. Nice little gift shop and cafe. The house is not that large - 3...More

2  Thank DillonM1905
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Although our guide was not the most knowledgeable about FLLW, it was an enjoyable experience. The shuttle took us up to the house. Found that compared to many FLLW sites, they did not allow for indoor photography. The home is well maintained but some of...More

Thank solson12018
Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

This other house of Frank Lloyd Wright wouldn’t have been built if the Hagen family didn’t visit their friends Kaufmans in Fallingwater. Mrs Hagen asked to make many changes as they wanted to live here full time and as the result this 1956 house is...More

1  Thank KarishkaLondon
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

We visited our son & daughter-in-law. Purchased tickets on-line ahead of time. Nice visitors center with ice cream and outdoor patio. All staff, from shuttle driver to tour guide, very friendly. House is fascinating. Grounds are worth the walk. The view of the mountains is...More

Thank PrchrsWife
Reviewed 13 August 2018 via mobile

Went for a guided house tour this past weekend. I’ve been to Fallingwater but this was our first trip to Kentuck Knob. A shuttle takes you to the house for the start of the 45 minute tour. Beautiful, unique house. Our guide was very knowledgeable...More

1  Thank Jenn P
Reviewed 9 August 2018

If you like Frank Lloyd Wright, definitely go. However, definitely see Falling Water too if you are in the area. Tours are $25 and the guide is knowledgeable. Wear good shoes for the sculpture walk. Not an easy stroll for some people.

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Skybeing
11 August 2018|
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Response from pillowsofwanderlust | Reviewed this property |
I would allow at least an hour to linger at some of the sculptures and also enjoy the view at the top. You can take the walk uphill or down or both, or take the shuttle one way. The Visitor's Centre has a map you can... More
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Jeannette J
12 July 2017|
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Response from jaunty5 | Reviewed this property |
Hi : The ticket price is $25.-. That gives you a bus ride from the parking lot/ office/ tourist trap to the house, the guided tour and either the nature walk of the property or a ride back. We had an early morning "in... More
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Jennifer D
7 December 2016|
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Response from ReddogTechmom | Reviewed this property |
We took the in-depth tour and thoroughly enjoyed. I don't recall the difference in cost but we certainly appreciated the extra time in the house, which gave us more time to ask questions and linger in the rooms a bit more... More
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