The Frick Pittsburgh is a museum located on five acres of beautifully landscaped lawns and gardens in the city’s historic East End. Tour the Henry Clay Frick family home, Clayton—one of the best preserved Gilded Age mansions in America . . . enjoy masterpieces of European art and changing exhibitions in the art museum . . . and explore the collection of historic cars and carriages.

Welcome to the Frick! Click here to begin planning your visit. View fine and decorative arts and artifacts and magnificent exhibitions, take part in educational programs and concerts, enjoy fine dining, and more.
Our story begins in 1882 during the Gilded Age, when pioneering industrialist Henry Clay Frick and his new wife, Adelaide Howard Childs, moved into the home that would become known as Clayton.
Our permanent collection of fine and decorative arts, cars, carriages, buildings, and other items related to the Frick family’s life in Pittsburgh, are the legacy of Mr. Frick’s daughter, Helen Clay Frick, who inherited Clayton and its contents in 1919.
Frick members receive unlimited free admission to Clayton and special exhibitions, discounts on programs and purchases in the Museum Store, advance reservation privileges and discounts in The Cafe, and much more.

Music for Exhibitions: A Little Salon Music

Join us for Music for Exhibitions: A Little Salon Music on Friday, Dec. 4

Holiday Cookie Decorating Workshop

Cookie Decorating Workshop: Decadent Decorating, set for Dec. 5

CarKids: Horse Sense

CarKids: Horse Sense. Make a toy horse!