Stockman House Tour
Touring the Stockman House will provide you with a first-hand view of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture and the impact he made on Mason City. Our experienced and knowledgeable docents will share interesting stories and fun facts to keep you engaged throughout the tour. It’s a historical tour you won’t forget!
TOUR SCHEDULE & TIMES:
Scheduled tours are available year-round and take approximately one hour.
May - October
Monday – Wednesday: 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Thursday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (on the hour)
Sunday: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. (on the hour)
November – April
Saturdays: 10 a.m. (weather permitting)
$10 – Individual Adult (18-up)
$5 – Children (6-17) Tours are not suitable for young children.
Free – RCSHP and Wright Site Reciprocal Members (May – October only)
Reservations are not required. Tours are filled on a first come, first served basis.
Tours start promptly.
Arrive 10 minutes prior to your start time.
Late arrivals will be delayed to the next tour start time.
Tour groups are limited to 8 people.
Restrooms are available in the Interpretive Center.
Interior photography is not allowed.
The Stockman House is wheelchair accessible on the first floor only.
A video tour is available for the second floor.
Translators for ASL and non-English speaking guests are not currently available.
History of the Stockman House
Dr. George C. Stockman met with Frank Lloyd Wright and engaged him to design a home for he and his wife, Eleanor, in Mason City, IA in 1908. The Stockman House is an iteration of Wright’s Fireproof House, which was designed to be constructed of reinforced concrete. The compact, Foursquare design included appendages on opposite sides for an entrance foyer and a sun porch.