Tours available on the third Saturday of the month from May through October, except August.
Advance tickets required.
The first Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house to be built in the Detroit metropolitan area, the Gregor S. & Elizabeth B. Affleck House represents one of the finest examples of the architect’s Usonian style, the last great period of Wright’s career. Designed to exist in harmony with the home’s site and nature, the Affleck House was a part of Wright’s attempt to meet the need for low-cost housing for the average American.
Regular tours are offered at 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.
The 2 p.m. tour will be an extended version of our regular tour, geared toward Frank Lloyd Wright aficionados or those with a background in architecture, although anyone is welcome to join.
Due to the historical status and intimate nature of the House, many rooms and passageways are very narrow and therefore the house is not wheelchair accessible. Limited photography (for personal use only) is permitted. In consideration of our other guests, we ask that you use handheld cameras only. Tripods and flash photography are prohibited.
Group tours (12 or more) are also available. Group tours offered by appointment only.
To schedule a group tour, contact:
College of Architecture and Design