5757 S. Woodlawn Ave.
(Area) – Hyde Park
Completed in 1910, Frederick C. Robie House is considered the definitive example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie-style architecture. The American Institute of Architects named the building one of the 10 most significant structures of the 20th century. Wright himself described the Robie House as “a cornerstone of modern architecture,” taking his inspiration from the expansive Midwest prairie landscape. Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1963, the home is now a public museum operated by the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, which offers guided and multilingual self-guided audio tours.