The Kaufmann family used the home as a weekend getaway between the years of 1937-1963. The house boasts priceless works of art by artists like Picasso as well as other notable artists. In 1964, it was opened to the public as a museum and since then, Fallingwater has seen over 5 million people walk through. Time magazine considers Fallingwater to be Frank Lloyd Wright's most beautiful job; and is one of the top 28 places to see before you die as released by Smithsonian Life. Fallingwater is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (1974) as well as U.S. National Historic Landmark (1966).