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We are a member-based nonprofit dedicated to protecting and restoring the region’s waters, forests, natural areas and wildlife, planting community trees, gardens and greenspaces, and caring for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Fallingwater Reopens Inside of House
Fallingwater Reopens Inside of House Today
Fallingwater reopens the inside of the house today with the Guided Architectural Tour, during which visitors will experience the main floor, guest house and exterior spaces as well as the landscape that inspired its design.

“From all of us at Fallingwater, we are excited to welcome visitors back to tours that include time inside the house,” said Fallingwater Director Justin Gunther.

Along with exploring the forested grounds, visitors will spend time in many of the house’s most architecturally significant spaces, such as the living room and cantilevered terraces, and go behind the scenes into the state-of-the-art kitchen to learn how the Kaufmanns entertained guests.

The new guided architectural tour is one of several tours available. Reservations are essential, as tours are scheduled, modified and limited in size while Fallingwater continues to observe COVID-19 protocols in accordance with Pennsylvania’s health and safety guidelines. The Fallingwater Museum Store, Fallingwater Café and Speyer Gallery are also open.

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Members' Meeting
Virtual Annual Members’ Meeting: 11 days left to register
Treasured members: Please join us as we thank you for your loyal support during 2020. There is still time to register for our Virtual Annual Members’ Meeting on May 11 at noon, EDT. Conservancy President and CEO Tom Saunders will present an overview and staff will provide brief project highlights of work at the Conservancy and Fallingwater.

Volunteer in a garden
Volunteer in Our Gardens and on Our Properties
Our 130+ community gardens bring beauty and joy to residents around the region, and we need your help this season planting colorful annuals. Also, our natural areas provide places for people to hike, fish, walk, hunt and explore nature. We depend on volunteer land stewards to help maintain these free and welcoming spaces for all.
We're sharing our bulbs
We’re pleased to recycle and share the bulbs that populated our downtown planters this spring! Receive free daffodil bulbs during the season’s first Market Square Farmers Market on Thursday, May 13 at 10 a.m. in downtown Pittsburgh. The bulbs will be available on a first-come, first-served basis as long as supplies last—they usually go fast!
Support WPC through Target Circle
Support WPC through Target Circle
Target shoppers: Please consider helping to raise funds to support the Conservancy’s many programs. We’ve been selected as a Target Circle nonprofit and your vote on Target Circle through June 30 helps us continue our work beautifying communities, conserving land, protecting wildlife, keeping water clean and preserving Fallingwater.
Download redbud images
Download Redbud Images for Your Desktop or Virtual Meeting
Download a beautiful free image to display on computer desktop or virtual meeting backgrounds. Through May 7, we’re celebrating our Pittsburgh Redbud Project’s fifth anniversary with budding redbud trees we’ve planted! The images replace our monthly desktop calendar and you can change them as often as you like. We provide new selections each season.
rejuvenate with spring and summer offerings
Fallingwater Museum Store
Launching this spring at the Fallingwater Museum Store: Our sensational spring and summer collection. Freshen your wardrobe with light and airy scarves and playful jewelry. Get inspired to redecorate your home with brightly colored glassware and garden décor, and awaken your spirit with mindful and entertaining books.

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