Car and Carriage Museum Temporarily Closed

The Car and Carriage Museum is temporarily closed while between exhibitions. It will reopen on February 24, 2024.

On View Now - From Stage to Page: 400 Years of Shakespeare in Print

March 10 is your last chance to see Shakespeare's folios! Free and open to all.

Gilded, Not Golden

Tour Historic Clayton

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Coming April 2024

Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt

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The Frick & Carnegie Mellon Present

Once-in-a-Century Exhibitions

See Shakespeare's Folios
Reckoning: Grief and Light

Vanessa German

Closing March 10

Frosty Frick fun for all!

Embrace the chill or keep cozy — you decide — when you visit the Frick this winter. Travel back in time to the Gilded Age on our signature tour of Clayton, spark your curiosity at the Frick Art Museum, and stay tuned as we prepare for our once-in-a-lifetime exhibition Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt: Forging the Frick Collections in Pittsburgh and New York.

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Today at the frick

Friday, February 23
Open 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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TOUR CLAYTON

Gilded, Not Golden

exterior view of a gilded age mansion, surrounded by a dusting of snow

Immerse yourself in 1892, a pivotal year for our nation, Pittsburgh, and the Frick family.

"The tour was by far one of the best I've had. The tour guide was so informative and insightful." - Martiza T.

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Coming April 2024

Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt

a painting of a girl in a red cloak looking at the viewer. a man stands over her.

Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt features awe-inspiring masterworks, including works by Titian, Rembrandt, Monet, Degas, Whistler, El Greco, Ingres, and Vermeer.

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400 Years of Shakespeare

a portrait of shakespeare on an open page of a large book, sitting in a glass case
Go bard as The Frick and Carnegie Mellon team up to present not one, but two once-in-a-century exhibitions!
Experience History
Stroll

Scenic Gardens & Greenhouse

a greenhouse surrounded by a dusting of snow

The path that winds through the Frick’s 10-acre site is lined with lush gardens and a diverse selection of trees. Our active greenhouse is a renovation and partial reconstruction of one that served the Frick family from 1897 through the 1970s.

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Upcoming Events

Film Screening: My Rembrandt

Sunday, March 3
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
A mosaic of gripping stories in which unrestrained passion for Rembrandt van Rijn's paintings leads to dramatic developments and unexpected plot turns.
Film Screening: My Rembrandt

Lecture Program: Rembrandt: The Man and the Myth

Sunday, March 3
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
This talk by Karen Jones Arbitman, Ph.D. will attempt to refute the myths, lay out the facts, and present a realistic picture of Rembrandt van Rijn.
Lecture Program: Rembrandt: The Man and the Myth

Sip & Make: Abstract Watercolors

Thursday, March 14
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Explore the many creative opportunities within watercolors! Learn basic watercolor techniques before incorporating experimentation and play with nontraditional art materials.
Sip & Make: Abstract Watercolors

By Any Means Speaker Series: Dr. Kelli Morgan

Saturday, March 23
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Join us for a conversation on art and society with the "By Any Means" speaker series.
By Any Means Speaker Series: Dr. Kelli Morgan

Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt: Forging the Frick Collections in Pittsburgh and New York

Saturday, April 6
The Frick Pittsburgh partners with New York-based The Frick Collection for a once-in-a-lifetime union of two extraordinary collections.
Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt: Forging the Frick Collections in Pittsburgh and New York

Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt Free Admission Day sponsored by the Eden Hall Foundation

Sunday, April 14
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Enjoy free admission to Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt thanks to the support of the Eden Hall Foundation. Timed reservations are required.
Vermeer, Monet, Rembrandt Free Admission Day sponsored by the Eden Hall Foundation
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