Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1936, Hanna House was the home of Stanford University professor Paul Hanna and his wife Jean, who were early childhood education specialists. Both the home and its stylish gardens are open to the public for tours.The Hannas lived in the house until 1975, after which they donated it to Stanford University. Four university provosts lived there until it was severely damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. In 1999, it was given an extreme makeover and reopened for tours.
Hours -11:00 a.m. until the last tour
Prices -$10 per person; $5 per car
- House tours
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