Welcome to the Frick Art & Historical Center.

Clayton House
We look forward to your visit. Here, you’ll experience the culture and refinement of the Gilded Age

The museum and its collections are the legacy of Helen Clay Frick, daughter of Henry Clay Frick, one of America’s greatest industrialists and art collectors. During your time at the Frick, you can view fine and decorative arts and artifacts and magnificent exhibitions … take part in educational programs and concerts … enjoy fine dining and more.

On this page, you’ll find an array of information designed to help you plan your visit. If there’s something you don’t see, or if you have specific questions, please contact us with any questions you might have, and we’ll be glad to help. 

Hours of Operation

The site is open:
Tuesday - Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Monday


The site is closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Easter Sunday; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Eve day; and Christmas Day.

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Admission

Admission to the Frick Art & Historical Center, The Frick Art Museum and the Car and Carriage Museum is free. See Tours for admission fees for specific tours of Clayton. Members receive free tours.
 

Tours

The Frick offers a number of docent-led, thematic tours that interpret Clayton, the restored home of Henry Clay Frick, and the Victorian era in different ways.


 

Schools & Teachers

The Frick is a popular destination for schools across the Pittsburgh area. We also offer in-services at schools, as well as Act 48 programs for teachers.

In addition, the Frick offers a special membership level for teachers.
 

Reservations

Reservations for tours of Clayton, The Café at the Frick and events may be made by calling 412-371-0600).

Reservations are recommended. Walk-ins are welcome based on availability.

The Frick Art Museum and the Car and Carriage Museum are free of charge. Discounts are available for groups, seniors and students..
 

The Café at the Frick

Enjoy lunch, tea or Sunday brunch at The Café at the Frick, one of Pittsburgh’s most acclaimed restaurants, which offers culinary masterpieces in a lush garden setting.
 

Frick Museum Store

A distinctive selection of gift items, books, exhibition catalogues, Frick souvenirs, and more is available in the
Frick Museum Store.
 

Map of the Frick

Download a map of the Frick site.
 

Accessibility

The Frick Art Museum, Orientation Center, Car and Carriage Museum (currently closed for construction), The Café, Museum Store, grounds, and first floor of Clayton are accessible, and wheelchairs are available on site.

Accessible rest rooms are available in The Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum and the Administration building.

If requested in advance, tours can be arranged for hearing and visually impaired visitors.



Cell Phones


In order to ensure an enjoyable experience for all visitors, cell phone use is not permitted in The Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum (except during cell phone tours) or Clayton.
 

Directions

The Frick is approximately 20 minutes east of downtown Pittsburgh at the corner of Penn and South Homewood avenues in Point Breeze. The entrance is located on Reynolds Street.

Cars: From the Pittsburgh Airport or PA Turnpike, the Frick is reached via the Parkway East (I-376). Exit at #77–Edgewood Swissvale (take the Edgewood ramp), follow Braddock Ave. to Penn Ave. and turn left. Continue four blocks and turn left on South Homewood Ave. Proceed one long block to traffic circle (Reynolds St.) and follow signs to parking lot entrance.

Buses: From the Pittsburgh Airport or PA Turnpike, the Frick is reached via the Parkway East (I-376). Exit at #77–Edgewood Swissvale (take the Edgewood ramp), follow Braddock Ave. to Penn Ave. and turn left. Continue three blocks and turn left on Lexington Ave. Proceed one long block and turn right on Reynolds St. Buses may park along the Frick side (right side) of Reynolds Street with engines turned off.

Free parking is available in the museum’s private lot. Enter off Reynolds Street.
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Public Transportation

Port Authority buses 67, 69 and 71C provide service from downtown Pittsburgh.

Bus stops near the Frick are located at the corner of Penn and South Homewood avenues, and the corner of Reynolds Street and South Homewood Avenue near the traffic circle.

Taxi service is available from major hotels and the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
 

Current Exhibitions

The Frick offers an ongoing schedule of special exhibitions featuring art and artists from the Renaissance to the present.

Please Note

The Frick is a non-smoking site.

No animals except service animals are permitted on the property.



Other Sites of Interest


Links to websites for other arts and cultural venues in the Pittsburgh area.