Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House

Completed in 1908, The Westcott House is Frank Lloyd Wright's only Prairie Style home in Ohio and one of the country’s finest Wright house museums. The Westcott House underwent an inch-by-inch $5.3 million restoration in 2005 and each of its features—from art glass and original hardware to hand-decorated walls and massive urns—has been returned to its 1908 appearance. Call for 60-minute, docent-led tour times offered Tuesday through Sunday.