Frank Lloyd Wright The Gordon House

869 W Main St, Silverton, Oregon, United States

503.874.6006

Access to Gordon House is available through reserved public tours offered Thursday-Tuesday at 12pm, 1pm & 2pm.

Welcome to Oregon’s only Frank Lloyd Wright designed structure!
The Gordon House is a wonderful example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian-style architecture.
Designed in 1957, the house was originally built in 1963 on acres of farmland, with views of Mt Hood to the east and the Willamette River to the west.

Come for a tour and hear the story about the original owners, the Gordons,
and how they worked with Wright to get the home of their dreams.

Included in every tour is a video showing how the house was carefully taken apart
and moved miles down the road, to its current location within the Oregon Garden.

The Gordon House is a special place.

Come see for yourself.

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