Fallingwater is well worth a visit: the place is a unique example of Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural vision. The most impressive thing about the place is how livable it is. The guides are knowledgeable and informative and the house tour is great. The grounds are worth seeing even without the house tour, although not as significant. The food in the cafeteria is very good and freshly made on the site. Reservations are definitely recommended, as the tours fill up fast. It is expensive, but worth the price, and the money goes towards preserving this and other great places in western Pennsylvania.
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