AAA Editor Notes
Frank Lloyd Wright Unity Temple is at 875 Lake St. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905 for a Universalist congregation, the building is an example of Wright's use of poured concrete and his only remaining public building in the Prairie style of architecture. The congregation, now Unitarian Universalist, still occupies the building.
Guided and self-guiding tours are available. Wright Around Oak Park, a combined guided tour of the neighborhood historic district, Home and Studio and the exterior of Unity Temple, is available. Other combination tours also are offered.
Note: The temple is temporarily closed for renovations and is expected to reopen late 2016; phone ahead for updates.