Those interested in architecture might enjoy checking out the compound where Charles Moore spent the last decade of his life. The peripatetic American architect, who kept a low profile but had a great influence on postmodernism, built five homes, but this one, which he designed with Arthur Andersson, perfectly demonstrates his combination of controlled freedom, whimsical imagination, and connection to the environment. The wildly colorful rooms are filled with folk art from around the world, while odd angles, bunks, and dividers render every inch of space fascinating. The compound now functions as a conference and lecture center. Tours are by appointment only, and no children under 12 are permitted.