June 6, 2017

Tour Wright's Pope-Leighey House Virtually

We often talk about Pope-Leighey House here on Saving Places, but we realize that not everyone will be able to visit this Frank Lloyd Wright-designed National Trust Historic Site in Alexandria, Virginia, in person. So in honor of Frank's 150th birthday—and with the invaluable expertise of geographic mapping company Esri—we are pleased to offer you a virtual tour instead.

In the story map below, you'll walk through this Usonian home, specifically envisioned as an affordable and well-designed home for the average American. And once you've wrapped up here, head over to browse a national selection of Wright's memorable places. Enjoy!

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