The Frick Pittsburgh

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.

HISTORY

HISTORY

Learn about the history of the Frick, from 1882, when Henry Clay Frick and Adelaide Howard Childs purchased Clayton, to the establishment in 1970 of The Frick Art Museum, to the present-day, newly expanded Frick, which is visited by thousands each year.

GARDENS & ARCHITECTURE

GARDENS & ARCHITECTURE

Enjoy a stroll across the Frick’s lush, 5.5-acre-site lined with trees, flower beds and abundant foliage, and take note of the architectural splendor embodied by Clayton, the Frick family home; the Playhouse and Greenhouse, designed by Alden and Harlow; and The Frick Art Museum, the Italian Renaissance-style museum houses that collection of Helen Clay Frick.

NEWS

NEWS

Find out what’s happening at the Frick. Read press releases; browse our archive of newspaper, magazine, online, and broadcast features; and sign up to receive media notices.