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Docent-led tours of our current exhibition

Constable  

Docent-led tours of Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape are provided at The Frick Art Museum on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. through August 2, 2015.

Free with exhibition admission.



Group tours are also available

Visit our Group Tours page for more information.



Clayton tours

Experience art and history in a distinctive, memorable way with a docent-led tour of Clayton, the historic home of the Henry Clay Frick family (above), and/or The Frick Art Museum. These tours provide you with opportunities to view fine and decorative arts from the Renaissance to the present, as well as learn how the Frick family lived during the turn of the 20th century.

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Henry Clay Frick  

The Industrialist Landscape:
Henry Clay Frick’s Career and Collecting

Offered daily through August 2

This tour looks at Henry Clay Frick as an industrialist collector whose business career forgedin the coal fields of the Pennsylvania landscape allowed him to form one of the most famousart collections in the world. Frick’s Pittsburgh home, Clayton, serves as a perfect setting forlearning about Frick’s rise to wealth and fame as an industrialist and his youthful “fondness for pictures,” which developed into a life-long passion.

Cost:

Frick members: free
General admission: $12
Seniors and students: $10
Active duty military: Free through Labor Day
Children 16 and under: $6

Reservations: Strongly recommended
Contact: 412-371-0600

 

Growing Up at Clayton
Offered through August 29
Wednesdays and Saturdays

11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m.

Kids + Clayton = a wonderful pairing of summer fun and learning!

History becomes real as children visit this intriguing 19th century home, puzzle over touchable antiques, including household tools and clothing, and hear stories about growing up long ago. These family-friendly tours are most appropriate for ages 6 and up, accompanied by an adult.


Cost:

Frick members: free
General admission: $12
Seniors and students: $10
Active duty military: Free through Labor Day
Children 16 and under: $6

Reservations: Strongly recommended
Contact: 412-371-0600

 

Life in the Gilded Age
Offered year-round

Clayton is an example of both the home of a wealthy Pittsburgh family and of late Victorian architecture and interior design. Visitors on the Life in the Gilded Age tour have the unique experience of learning about the Frick family, local history and Victorian social customs in the family's home, where more than 90% of the furniture and artifacts on display are original.


Cost:

Frick members: free
General admission: $12
Seniors and students: $10
Active duty military: Free through Labor Day
Children 16 and under: $6

Reservations: Strongly recommended
Contact: 412-371-0600

 

Group tours of Clayton
Offered year-round.

Group tour rates are available for 11 or more people. All large groups are divided into smaller groups of 8-10, which depart at ten-minute intervals to begin the tour. When groups are not touring Clayton, they may visit The Frick Art Museum, Greenhouse, or Museum Store.

Visit our Group Tours page for more information.



Ongoing Clayton tour specials

Clayton tours

Tuesdays: Purchase one Clayton admission, get one FREE

How does the Frick say thank you to loyal visitors and welcome new ones? All visitors who purchase one admission to Clayton on Tuesdays receive one admission of equal or lesser value for FREE.

Not good for groups of 11 or more.
Reservations are recommended. Call 412-371-0600.



Clayton tours   Thursdays: $5 tours for seniors

On Thursdays, senior citizens (62 and older) can tour Clayton for just $5 per person.

Not good for groups of 11 or more.
Reservations are recommended. Call 412-371-0600.


Docent-led tours of the permanent collection

Italian Gallery   Docent-led tours of the permanent collection at The Frick Art Museum are available by appointment.


Cost:

$5 per person.

Reservations: Please call to make reservation.
Contact: 412-371-0600