Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio
951 Chicago Ave., Oak Park, IL
Bring your family of sleuths together and explore Wright’s home to uncover the secrets of his designs. Discover how America’s most famous architect broke with traditional design, and hear stories of his family’s life in their Oak Park house.
Robie House, 5757 S. Woodlawn Ave., Chicago
1:30 pm – 2:30pm
Feb. 11In Blue Balliett’s novel The Wright 3, super-sleuths Calder and Petra, along with Tommy, are drawn into an art mystery involving Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House. Now, a special The Wright 3 mystery tour of the Robie House is available for kids of all ages. Led by Junior Interpreters, specially trained 5th-10th graders, The Wright 3 tour allows kids and their families to experience the space and mystery of the Robie House for themselves.Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
2200 North Cannon Drive Chicago, IL 60614
1–3 p.m., Saturday, February
Parents should not register themselves for this program.
Children who do not meet the age/grade requirements are not eligible to register for this program.
1601 North Clark Street Chicago
The Art Institute of Chicago
2/11/12, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.