Kentuck Knob was one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s last projects. He actually developed the plans without even seeing the site. Built into the side of the hill, the one-story crescent-shaped home was constructed using native sandstone, tidewater cypress, and copper.
There are multiple tour options, but we recommend the in-depth one that includes a walk through the nearby woodlands as well as spectacular views of the Youghiogheny River Gorge.
|Cucumber Falls (0.9 miles)|
Ohiopyle State Park (1.2 miles)
Meadow Run Natural Water Slides Area (1.4 miles)
Fallingwater (3.6 miles)
Laurel Caverns (11.4 miles)
|Grandview Overlook (46.9 miles)|
Fort Duquesne (47.3 miles)
The Clemente Museum (47.4 miles)
Andy Warhol Museum (47.5 miles)
Randyland (48.2 miles)
Maps & Directions:
Get Driving Directions:
Kentuck Knob, 723 Kentuck Rd
Dunbar, Pennsylvania 15431
This time, it's OK to leave a trace (Review)
There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.