Group Tours: Frequently Asked Questions
Parking
Where may our bus park?
Free bus parking is available on Reynolds Street adjacent to our site.
Buses may not enter or park in our lot due to space limitations.
Touring the Frick
When should I make my reservation?
We require four weeks in advance for most reservations.
How much time should groups allow for touring?
Docent-led tours of Clayton are about an hour in length, and exhibition tours take 45 minutes.

We recommend that groups allow 2.5 to 3 hours when visiting so that participants may also have ample time to visit, at their leisure, The Frick Art Museum, Car and Carriage Museum, Greenhouse, and the Frick Museum Store located in the Grable Visitor Center. Some participants may also wish to stroll the grounds.

How are tours organized?
Large groups are broken up into smaller sub-groups of 8 to 10 people.
On what dates and times are group tours scheduled?
Group tours are available Tuesdays through Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Planning for Lunch
What lunch accommodations are available?
We are able to accommodate groups of 12 or fewer at The Café at the Frick, depending on availability. When you book your tour, please ask about our list of recommended restaurants near the Frick. We recommend that group leaders call restaurants in advance of your tour day to ensure that groups can be accommodated.
Shopping Options
What shopping options are available?
The Frick Museum Store, located in the Grable Visitor Center, features a wide array of Frick-related merchandise.

In addition, Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood, just moments away, offers a number of specialty shops and boutiques.

Getting around the Frick
What can we expect when navigating the Frick site?
There is a relatively level five-minute walk on the path between Clayton and The Frick Art Museum.

The Clayton tour includes 11 rooms on two floors. A wheelchair lift is available for entry to Clayton’s first floor. Members of your group may choose to opt out of touring the second floor if they cannot or prefer not to climb stairs. A video tour of Clayton’s second floor is available upon request.

The Frick Art Museum, which is situated on one floor, has a ramped entry and no interior stairs.

The Museum Store in the Grable Visitor Center has a ramped entry.

The Car and Carriage Museum has a level entry and no stairs. You may tour at your own pace.