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Meyer May House, Grand Rapids

4.8
#7 of 59 in Things to do in Grand Rapids
Architectural Building · Historic Site
The Meyer May House is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house in the Heritage Hill Historic District of Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States. It was built in 1908-09, and is located at 450 Madison Avenue SE. It is considered a fine example of Wright's Prairie School era, and "Michigan's Prairie masterpiece".
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  • The tour guide was interesting. I would not want Wright to design my house, I want to hang pictures where I want LOL. Some intriguing design features.  more »
  • We came on a rainy weekday and this was the perfect activity. We had an excellent, small tour and learned a lot about the house and the architect and the family.  more »
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  • Great example of Frank Lloyd Wright's work. Was taken aback that it was free to tour as most of his houses are only open to tour at a cost. Worthwhile stop in Grand Rapids. The neighborhood is beautiful too.
  • Definitely a MUST SEE! Beautifully restored Frank Lloyd Wright prairie home. Docents are very friendly and knowledgeable - tours are free (check their website for specific days and times) and they have a small gift area in the entrance ($ only)....and photos are permitted inside the house!

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