Are you a history buff? If so, Mason City, Iowa should be on your visiting list! Filled with rich history and architecture, there is sure to be something interesting for all. The Historic Park Inn – The only Frank Lloyd Wright hotel left in the world! Renovated and reopened in 2011, this building has been part of the Mason City community since 1910. At the hotel you are welcome to stay in any of the 27 rooms, eat at the 1910 Grille, have drinks at the 1910 Lounge, or just get a tour! Learn about the intriguing history of the century old historic hotel, designed by arguably one of the most famous American architects of the 20th century! Stockman House – Tour another Frank Lloyd Wright design. The Stockman House was built in 1908 for Dr. George C. Stockman and can be visited at 530 1st Street NE. Music Man Square and Meredith Willson Boyhood Home – In on honor of Meredith Willson’s musical The Music Man, the Music Man Square offers a 1912 streetscape with a real ice cream parlor. Listen to the music and take a tour of the museum and streetscape! Also behind Music Man Square sits Meredith Willson’s boyhood home. See how this young boy became inspired. Prairie School Architectural Tour – See the largest group of Prairie School designed homes on a unified site, located in the Rock Crest and Rock Glen area. All the architecture is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Burley Griffin, William Drummond, Francis Barry Byrne and more! The Prairie School Tour encompasses 14 blocks and the Historical Tour is an additional 13 blocks which begins at 303 2nd St. SE in Mason City.