Taliesin West In Scottsdale Reopens For Tours
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West, an architectural icon in Scottsdale, is set to reopen to the public Thursday.
Taliesin West closed in March due to COVID-19. It’s reopening with a number of health and safety protocols in place, including required mask usage and a time limit for visitors to see interior spaces.
“We will be limiting the amount of time our tours actually go into the interior spaces. You'll still be able to go in and look around on a one by one basis and then we'll talk about the spaces when we're actually outside," said Jeff Goodman, vice president of communications and partnerships for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
As part of the changes, Taliesin West now offers self-guided tours with audio from Frank Lloyd Wright’s own spoken words.