interior view of living room area of wood frame house

Please join us for this month's Weltzheimer/Johnson Open House! Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Weltzheimer family in 1948 and later lived in by beloved Oberlin art professor Ellen Johnson, the house was the first of Wright’s “Usonian” homes built in Ohio and is currently one of the few nationwide open to the public.

Docent presentations on the architecture and history of the building begin on the hour — 12  PM, 1  PM, 2  PM, 3  PM, and 4 PM.

Advance registration is recommended. On the day of the Open House, please check in 15 minutes before your registered time slot. 

 • PLEASE NOTE: Minors (ages 18 and under) and Oberlin College students (with ID) are free. If you have students/youths in your party, please do not purchase tickets for them on Eventbrite. Instead, we ask that you simply send an email to wshadle@oberlin.edu with the number of students/youths attending with your party.

• REFUNDS granted up until 7 days before the event. Refunds will not be granted during the week of the event or at the event.

Parking is limited and available along the south side of Morgan Street (golf course side). This event is presented by the Allen Memorial Art Museum.

See the museum website for maps and more information on parking, accessibility, the event, and the house.

Event Contact

Jill Greenwood
440-775-8671

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