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Today at the Gordon House

Nothing from May 28, 2020 to May 29, 2020.

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Visit the Gordon House

Join us for a one-hour guided tour of the Gordon House, the only Frank Lloyd Wright structure in the state of Oregon. On the tour guests will learn about Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian vision, the homeowners, Conrad and Evelyn Gordon, and how the house found its way to Silverton. All proceeds support the site’s educational and preservation mission.

  • Regular Admission – $20.00
  • Children 18 and under accompanied by an adult – FREE
  • AAA Discount with ID – $15.00
  • Overnight Guest in Silverton Hotels or RV Park with Registration Info – $10.00
  • College or University Student with ID – $5.00
  • Silverton Resident with ID – $5.00
  • Guided Group Tours (10 or more persons) – $10 per person
  • Guided Group Student Tours (K-12 & Home School) – $3 per person

**No fee for admission for members of the Gordon House Conservancy, FLW Foundation or FLW Trust, with membership card.

We accept cash, check, and VISA or MasterCard.


Hours: 12 noon – 3 pm | Tours: 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm

We offer three docent-led tours each day, with occasional closures for private events and major holidays. Guided Tours may be available by drop-in as tour size and guide availability permits. Group tours are available by reservation only. Tours are not guaranteed without a reservation. To plan your visit, check our calendar for availability, and purchase tickets below.

Nothing from May 28, 2020 to May 29, 2020.

A Night with Wright

If you’re looking for a gift for an appreciator of architecture and Oregon history, a $599 contribution will get you a night’s stay for four people in the well-preserved home that showcases the famous architect’s inspired solutions to easier indoor-outdoor living, claustrophobic kitchens and dark, boring rooms.

It’s an experience like no other and an opportunity to help preserve an architectural treasure. What better way to educate oneself about Wright and his architectural principles than to experience it firsthand.

A Night with Wright includes four tickets to the Oregon Garden. For information, contact

Photography Credit: Randy L. Rasmussen | The Oregonian/OregonLive