Alabama Attractions February 11, 2019
This Is Alabama’s Most Famous Home And You’ve Got To See It
Several types of homes are located in Alabama. From small homes and large homes, to simple homes and over-the-top homes, there’s a perfect home for everyone. Recently, the Travel Channel named the Rosenbaum House the “
Most Famous House in Alabama.” For a sneak peek inside this historic home, take a look below.
The Rosenbaum House is located in Florence, Alabama and is one of the state's most unique homes. It receives visitors from all over the world.
Built in 1939, this historic Usonian-style home was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright for newlyweds Stanley and Mildred Rosenbaum. It originally contained 1,540 square feet, and in 1948, an additional 1,084 square feet were added.
As you make your way through the Rosenbaum House, which is the only structure in Alabama designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, you'll notice many unique features. A few of these features include several pieces of Wright-designed furniture, a...
...long narrow hallway with shelves full of books, and a...
...cozy little office nook.
One of the most photographed interior shots is of the home's dining room. There's no denying that lots of entertaining and family dinners happened in this room.
The next time you're in Florence, Alabama, be sure to stop by the Rosenbaum House for a tour. From its great history to its incredible architecture, this historic home is a definite must-see!
For more information about the Rosenbaum House, you can view its website
and its Facebook page
. You can visit this historic home at 601 Riverview Dr., Florence, AL 35630. Its tour hours are as follows: Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The price of admission is $10 per adult and $5 per senior and student.
Have you ever visited Frank Lloyd Wright’s Rosenbaum House? If so, what did you think? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments.
If you enjoy visiting historic homes, you’ll want to check out our previous article:
9 Historic Homes In Alabama That Truly Define Southern Charm.