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Day Three: Taliesin/Boscobel Tour

Taliesin-East, nestled into rolling hills near Spring Green, served as famed archtiect Frank Lloyd Wright's summer residence and architectural school.
Taliesin-East, nestled
into rolling hills near
Spring Green, served as
famed architect Frank
Lloyd Wright's summer
residence and
architectural school.
P. E. Guerrero

Spend a day exploring more recent Wisconsin history through the pioneering architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright at his fabled Taliesin estate. The complex includes Wright's legendary Taliesin residence, Hillside Home School and three other Wright-designed structures. All tours begin at the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center, located at Highway 23 and County C. After lunch head west 22 miles on Highway 60 to Muscoda and tour the Ho-Chunk Nation Muscoda Bison Ranch & Farm. Come face to face with the Ho-Chunk Nation's rich heritage and view hundreds of grazing bison. Continue west 15 miles on Highway 60 and stop in the quaint town of Boscobel. Visit the Old Rock School, the Boscobel Depot Museum and Central House Boscobel Hotel, where you can top off your trip through Wisconsin history with a homemade meal and good old-fashioned Wisconsin hospitality. Your whirlwind trip through history is coming to a close. We hope you'll return for another heritage tour in Wisconsin.

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