USA Pennsylvania: Falling water at Mill Run

On my way to Gettysburg I stopped for the night near Mill Hill and decided to go visit the falling waters house on my way out of town. WOW what a treat, stunning. I’m so glad I came across this place.


Fallingwater is a house designed by the architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 in the Laurel Highlands of southwest Pennsylvania. As explained by the tourist guide – The epitome of “organic architecture,” Fallingwater’s design symbolizes the harmony between people and nature. Through thoughtful design that is seamlessly integrated with its natural setting, the building, its furnishings, and the surroundings become cohesive parts of one unified, interrelated composition.

It is stunning and I can highly recommend a visit. One of the little things I loved were all the chipmunks….sooo cute I could have watched them for hours.

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