Okay architecture nerds, it's time to get excited. Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece custom residence built over an active waterfall in Bear Run, Pennsylvania, is open for more than mere museum business. You can live there for a day if you'd like.
If you've got $1,195 to donate to the foundation, you can become part of a group of eight guests to be given a private tour of the home. You'll spend unsupervised time exploring the structure and its grounds, and sleep in a nearby house on the property. This sort of access is unprecedented at Fallingwater, where hour-long tours are also routinely available for $18. For those of us who want to feel easy living the way Wright intended, the dream is now a real possibility.
For more information on reserving your spot in the program, visit Insight Onsite.